I'm Only Human

I'm human;

So I feel and I am told.
Due to my alcoholism
I must do this trying task
That is:
Take a fearless moral inventory of myself.

Do you know
It would be much easier for me to do yours
and you to do mine.
Unfortunately, this is not suggested.

So here goes --
Just me and my faults

Bob Gallagher, a former Christ House guest, was living in Samaritan Inn, a transitional home operated by the Church of the Saviour, and working in food services when this poem appeared.

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