The Octopus & The Past

Imagine the past as an Octopus.

The arms.

The tendrils.

Extending, reaching into your mouth, your eyes, ears, nose.

Slithering and grabbing hold of your mind.

You stand there,


allowing it to occur,

not caring enough


not knowing how to defend yourself.

Imagine then,

removing the tendrils,

taking them from your eyes, your ears, your mouth.

Remove the Octopus.

One thought on “The Octopus & The Past

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