I walk the walls,
my head around the corner
that lies beyond the door.
Precarious in this chair on the ceiling,
I cling to the fan that should not be
on the floor above me, spinning
me in starts and stops. In a world
of contradictions, I touch nothing
and everything at the same time.
Vertigo, my isolation.
This poem is my response to Reena’s Exploration Challenge #126,
where the theme is Isolation.