For a moment in time
I might burst into stars
and vomit the milkyway unto the pavement
Cracks in the sidewalk filled with white shiny liquid
– I dare you to tell me to keep my mouth shut

The glass screen of everything
a silent dark mirror
buzzes and breaks as I press all the wrong buttons
or the right ones

Every orifice in my body, moist from drops of life
– I dare you to tell me to keep the all shut


My mother taught me to be fair
But never what to do
When others had not learned this lesson
And lived by different rules

As I fell into their hands
With no shield but my skin
I never had the chance
To run or to win

So I take lessons from my father
Of sick hatred and anger
With his violence inside me
The whole world is in danger