Imagine the blow to my fragile ego the day that I found out; that just because I’m paranoid meant nothing more than that.
I was paranoid.
The lights that flashed around the bend were only there to guide me; not run me in the ditch. The shellshock helmet on my head squeezed tighter than any itch.
I was stymied by a world that never had it out for me in the first place.
Turned out my misfortune was all my own creation. Turned out my enemy was the reflection in the jailhouse mirror.
All the insights I thought would free me, were chains that held me there. And all the things that I thought would hurt me blew as wisps of air.
Perhaps too much time in dark corners made me comfortable with blindness. Perhaps the lack of sun was the reason behind my sickness. Because it turned out there…
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