“I might just live alone with a disabled bunny.” “What? No. If you get a disabled bunny you HAVE to live with me.”

I’m pulling every string i have
and i have a lot of strings
im like a marionette
tomorrows the day i see
the new apartment
and im suffocating
on the commitment
so ive asked the poets
i know, outside of city limits
ive asked the teachers,
the feminists,
and the people i work with
who are all in transition,
my “real” friends,
the illegal immigrants-

then i realize…
i dont want to live
with any of them.
I think I’ll take
the studio apartment.

i have serious reservations
about everyone i know
im old, im tired
i want to be left alone.

6 thoughts on ““I might just live alone with a disabled bunny.” “What? No. If you get a disabled bunny you HAVE to live with me.”

      1. Definitely. Studio’s kick ass and imagine how comfy it will be, especially with your nest bed! And NO ONE will be your roommate. You don’t need that drama in your life. Plus, you can get a bunny and no one will know. Or a dog with no voice box.

  1. A decision joins us to the eternal. It brings what is eternal into time. A decision raises us with a shock from the slumber of monotony. A decision breaks the magic spell of custom. A decision breaks the long row of weary thoughts. A decision pronounces its blessing upon even the weakest beginning, as long as it is a real beginning.-Soren Kierkegaard

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