I’m on the flight back home.
In these glass cages, my heart beat flutters against my rib cage, begging to be freed.
i promise i will be a supernova in this galaxy.
grounded in reality, happiness does not fly away.
the mad monkey asked me “would you like some tea?”
i fly somewhere in the clouds you can’t reach.
the sane and the insane blur together into shades of gray.
after the storm cameeyes cleared to reality:blue skies of fortune
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