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Who I Am
26 June, 2007
author: Rebecca Ditch-Hammack (aka Dreamer)

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Everyday I start again
Renewing who I am
Reinventing who I am
Learning from my mistakes

I change into something I never was before
Hopefully something better
Hopefully something good
Will it be enough

But even though I become anew
I am always true to myself
I am always the same underneath
Nothing can stay the same

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LouiseMaly (107.133.200.6) -- Wednesday, July 23 2014, 03:04 am

my analysis

I like this self discover poem because I was easily connected to the meaning of this poem the first time I read it. In the first stanza, it introduces the general idea of the whole poem by saying how she wants to start new as a person everyday by renewing, reinventing who she is and also learning from her mistakes. In the second stanza, she goes forth supporting her reason why she wants to start new and what she hopes to ‘accomplish’, like hopefully something better, something good, and she also questioned if what she hopes to change would be enough. In the last stanza, she rounds up the poem by saying that even if she changes, she’ll still be herself. She will always still be true to herself, but nothing can stay the same on the outside.
 
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