Look at your feet,
struggling to find cadence,
a balancing act of blame,
Won’t you hear my cues,
of devotion and hypocrisy,
as I met out my mettle,
with fervent jealousy.
I puncture my reality,
so you can see we’re all filled with holes,
so you can stop assuming you’re complete,
that you’re burdened with displaying whole.
There’s no need for all this,
for the bathe in the mud of your thoughts,
know that all this prattling and nonsense,
is a trap, in you’re ego you’re caught.
Drink then a goblet,
a flask or a barrel,
numb out your self,
with sobriety of truth,
knowing it’s your ego that quarrels.