In the dark, I question how I feed.
There, I wake up blind, mute, and dead-like.
There, I am paralyzed from head to toes.
I run fiercely through unlimited options
from Dawn to Dusk.
I need to feed my mouth, my skin, my brain,
Becomes my daily breath and mantra.
The flies caress my soon to be pruned skin.
Days and Nights
I stand tall, young, proud, and careless.
I chuckle and gasp,
Tomorrow is guaranteed.
I reign in my kingdom fearless and proud.
I stand tall and strong amidst
The Amazonian forest,
Atop this majestic mountain,
The sun rises and falls.
The rain empties the vowels of the sky.
I stoop still.
Stumps of herds of rhinos and elephants run to nowhere.
I take in the vibrations of the water falls.
The warmth of the sun and the cool breeze of the moon.
I remain calm.
There my body decomposes to its original state
I wake up refreshed, renewed and rejuvenated.