Sarah Doll

Poetry

the call back home

 

im not going to sit around

and say

identities dont matter

 

they do,

they truly do.

 

yours is valid.

so valid

that a divine power

made you this way.

 

divinity created individuality

for vibrancy

for unions of love

for common ground

 

but it has been appropriated

by oppression.

 

appropriated

by

oppression.

 

in utopia

like divinity envisioned

we wouldnt live this way

 

we wouldnt live this way

 

but arent you

SICK

&

TIRED

of pandering for

understanding

from someone

who wants you dead

just for existing

 

just for existing?

 

live your life

fight your fight

but come together

with me

for a likeminded union

 

come together with me

 

of power

of love

of understanding

of pure ecstasy

 

freedom.

 

freedom of the labels

placed upon you

by institutions.

 

we dont need to

live like this

 

feel that?

 

we dont need

to live like this.

 

stop letting them

label you

stop labeling yourself

 

stop letting them

oppress you

stop oppressing yourself

 

stop letting them

determine your worth

determine your own worth

 

we are mirrors

 

feel that?

 

we are mirrors.

 

do not strive for

societal perfection

 

its not going to happen

 

adam betrayed lilith

and that was the end

of societal perfection

on gaia

 

rewrite gaia with me

de-program your mind with me

love with me

create with me

feel with me

be with me

be with me

be with me

Sarah Doll is 21 years old, residing in the most magical place in the Midwest, Minneapolis, MN. She is a college dropout, working as part time barista and a full time mystic-raver-girl-wanna-be-princess. You can find her online via Twitter @synchr0nicities

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