And there’s me, and there’s me, and there’s me
A dark room, three mirrors, still reflecting
A window, a windmill a thin breeze comes under the door
I’m cold, in hiding, it’s dark though I’ve still eyes, I’m callous from climbing
My feet are kicking, my muscles bulging from so much sprinting, compulsive escaping
I’m pale from no sun, no vitamin D
I see with no light where I’ve been
And there’s me, and there’s me, and there’s me
In a basement my life, lived more than you know
Gone nowhere, hence dilate
And I no write no prose
The physical binding, a mine of the flesh
My diction minding, convey broken at best
And I’ve never been nowhere, yet I know where you are
I can see right through you though it’s pitch-black-dark
And there’s me, and there’s me, and there’s me


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