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Say you're caught in between,
Hooked on the dangling bait of uncertainty and security.
You say to yourself,
Remember the last time –
When you couldn't tell the difference between
A worm and a flimsy plastic feather?
Well, as the veins bulge out of your feet
As you stand in frustration straining to discern what you can,
Are you noticing the world sliding by?
Because the last time you bit, you lost:
You were thrown in a pail without regard
And left to asphyxiate slowly, gasping
For the air that you couldn't breathe.
Because you still cannot decide –
Was that learning, and what did it teach?
To swim toward a potential hook
So say you're caught in between,
Dreaming of other fish in the sea.