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White Walls

By , Twin Lake, MI

Everywhere I look, I’m surrounded by white walls.
The floor, the walls, and everything else.
All white.
I used to wear black, but black became banned.
They take me away and tell me what to do.
I follow the directions.
I sink myself in white pillows and white silk sheets.
They drown me in luxurious white milk.
In school, more white walls.
The floor, the walls, and everything else.
I wear white to fit in.
Every now and then someone wears black.
They create shadows within every step they take.
Ink stains the floor when they lift their feet.
To wear white is extravagant.
So they do to them as they did to me.
They take those who dare to wear black away.
They drown them in the luxurious white milk.
And they come back with them in white.
The white silky smooth is loved all around.
And once again,
Everywhere I look, I’m surrounded by white walls.
The floor, the walls, and everything else.
All white.






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