GIM – Poem

This is a poem I wrote in Jan. Enjoy!


i have walked among gods
in meatsuits
who forget and believe that the suit is who they are
and who avoid running lest the movement rip the suit
and i too am one of them
sometimes

i have walked among gods
in meatsuits
and i too am one sometimes.
where is the world
where i can live a goddess among gods
where is the world where i can grow
a seed, sprouted, pushing through the soil
seeks the sun and the water lest it die

i have walked among gods
in meatsuits
but i’m remembering who I Am.
and this sadness of the suit doesn’t keep Me
from remembering what Is Here
it’s just the suit’s perspective
and one day i’ll ReMember Me.

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