Oh but what of my beating heart?
My primitive suspicion that I am never who I think I am?
Would I stop this tidal flow of my blood?
Coursing like rivers through rivulets.
Or would I rivet steel to the exterior of the structure?
To strengthen it artificially.
Who does that armor really hold up?
Something must give.
Me or the Way.
The Way or Me.
The desert is long with sandstorms brushing my teeth with the gritty taste of my ineptitude.
What does it take,
To let me join the rest of humanity?
I let my blood drip in the sand,
Smeared from where I raise my feet.
Bloody footprints, Bloody memories, Bloodshot eyes.
Swollen fat tongues drooling with arrogance like circus clowns so simply certain
A great command.
One foot in front of another!
A great sentiment.
But what if there is no blood left when I arrive?
I am cacophony.