William Michaelian

Poems, Notes, and Drawings

Imagine That

With the morning light streaming in through the front window, it strikes me that if I can recognize and let go of even one dull-minded, habitual response a day, I’ll eventually become so vital and attentive that if anyone notices, they won’t know what they’re noticing, and yet they’ll be glad. It will be a revolution, quiet, flagless, and bloodless, with no leaders or followers, and nothing to cling to in terms of organization or structure. It will be freedom, plain, simple, and unadorned. Imagine that. Imagine not needing to imagine it. Ah, sunshine.


[ 1719 ]

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