I can now drop the cup anywhere I want;
Anywhere is indifferent to me.
Even sleep on the table, if it proves cozy enough.
Walk around the park without my socks on
"Dear," the name doesn't haunt anymore.
The sun is up so I will bask in it,
like a lizard,
like a snake,
or any other reptile that sheds it's skin
And now want something new, something better.
I will run around in the rain
With a rubber cane,
Not minding the thunder
All those now are nothing but wonder.
I will travel miles every day,
unloading my backpack along the way,
throwing out my clothes, shoes, and anything that doesn't matter now.