Treasure Island

Sabrina Biffi


Slip Mind


Through the fire

Through the wall

No need for weed, rock or stone

Just open one door inside my head

And I slip all the way to the other end

Which end is true which end is false?

I do not know, nor do I care

For if one was and one was not

I just open the door inside my head

And slip all the way to the other end

Submitted: Wednesday, June 18, 2014

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