so naked

i was so naked when i came

so naked, you could see through my skin
so naked, you could see through my flesh
so naked, you could see through my bones

but what is seeing, but an illusion we use to trick ourselves?

in order to say: i am sitting
or standing
or falling

i was so naked when i came
so naked, you could see through my desires

my desires
so light
so heavy

[can i feel me? can you feel me?]

but what are desires but fires to create and immolate that which is not (yet)?

i was so naked when i left
so naked, you could pass through my sadness

through my aloneness
through the disconnectedness of my soul

i was so naked when i left

so naked, you could enter the emptyness

with me
within me
without me

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