Exit  (by John Totten)


Today I took my own vote;

one you could not kill.

Today I burned an old rope;

redemption held me still.


Today I took a breath;

eyes drawn to the hill.

Today I drank mercury;

can’t ever disclose the skill.


Today I convict my hope,

my gentle little crime.

Today I dream of home;

must exit this time.

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