“I am not who I thought I was” is a dissection of and about philosophical self identity; how we create it, why we create it, how people view the persona’s we display and how, through introspection and action, we can make what people see match with what we feel. It is mostly expressed through the medium of poetry, which is far more honest and telling then anything one could say in plainer words. All in all, a personal experience, as full of grit as it is of shit.


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