Bad Math

Silence is

a very effective weapon.

You never hear

the one that gets you.

Blocking out

negative assimilations;

we’re visual

ad infinitum.


So if you bind us

and change the stimulation,

we quickly turn

to panic in our heads.

We cross the line

for fear of sequestration;

silent and alone

is nearly dead.


Isolate and separate the problem.

One and one make two,

most every time,

but we don’t have an issue

with the numbers;

all of our problems

exist in our minds.

We project them on others;

that’s how we multiply.


HG – 2017

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