One After Another
The entry was never intended on being an exit. You wanted this so much; don't cry when it's over if you couldn't be bothered when it began. Maintain yourself as a one-line drawing we can see through to not be you. See, I'm very concerned with the very concerned, and I watch you on a wire extended by the discontent you couldn't wait to get sick of or from. You can wish to your god it'll all be over, but you're missing the point that it's just begun.
When you see the writing on the wall, what goes through your mind? There are words that can set you free if you know their meaning, or constrict you upon your feelings. Do you ever settle down, and take note of your surroundings in general? It's an unformed habit, uniform in its uncertainty. To find something first you must find out if you deserve to know what most words are talking about. It's ok to say no or maybe no, but they're telling you "I told you so!" Do you have an answer? Do you have an agenda that was planned for? Do you? In the war of you versus you, who are you fighting for? You've seen the writing on the wall, but how many times can you burn it down? BOOKS to Read in 2021: Mutants by Norb Aikin
Norb Aikin is the author of Mutants and 100 (Eliezer Tristan Publishing). He is a Mental Health activist
originally from Buffalo, NY and now lives in Cortland, NY. His work has appeared in various online publications,
including Pink Plastic House and Fevers of the Mind. You can find him on Twitter at @AikinNorb