The sun yawned its light over my morning, softly penetrating my window with its calling, offering a newness never before seen on this day, sweeping the dead wood of the night away. It paralysed me from my neck to my feet,
Martians had colonized my thoughts, short-circuited memories, interfered with clarity. Friend to foe, welcome visitor to enemy, they danced over my logic and scrawled over my sense of worth, took me on a journey of fear and paranoia,
Up above, the clouds broke strolling beside a shimmering brook, I awoke. The scene took me away to a peaceful place where all was well, bringing a smile to my face, then it went, I grabbed at the air,
Yesterday was tomorrow only just a second ago evaporated behind me somewhere, a mystery I don't know.