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I saw it, but I never thought I’d make it down that road. I kept leaving parts of me out where everyone could see and it’s always low. The walls are finally bare except the nails that cover up the holes atop the stereo. If I took them out, the eyes that are disguised would see through the window.
Did I forget the scene beyond me? It’s the coldest season, so there’s not a reason to go outside my home tonight.
I need to find a way to fill the spots of empty space, ‘cause the floors are finally bare, but the signs are everywhere – the squares of dust where the table used to be. I found some change to get me to the store: a bitter reward, a spark of sympathy, left by some months of negligence that never seemed to be.
Did I forget what restriction means? It’s the coldest season, so there’s not a reason to go outside my home tonight.
If I’m moving in the right way, you’ll never mind the mess, as long as it’s careless and the pile in the corner is not a sign that something’s wrong. It’s just a relic that I left from feeling overwrought.