Dream Sentence

 

Written by J H Martin @ A Coat for a Monkey

 

Wooden bench

White tiles

 

A desk

A uniform

 

I lean forward

I rock back

 

With the weight of memory

 

I don’t think I want to

Get out of this place

 

The bright light

The heavy silence

The shake of the head

 

It is all too familiar

 

I have to teach myself

How to live again

 

From Yankin

To Botataung

 

These walls of time

They imprison the present

 

Their questions

Cuff and choke

 

Looking up

I have no comment for them

 

This door

Has always been open

 

I am free to go

 

Text ©  J H Martin

 

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