Locked, trapped, chained.
The cells run riot, rogue.
But what if this cell is just the confine of the mind,
Outside the wall, all un-afflicted?
Or is there only one cell and I don't know it yet?
Oh forget it, I’ll stay below the parapet.
Shut myself up in a heaven or hell.
While I decide...
Safe in this cell?
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So expressive of our dilemma Greg.
I like the idea of a prison cell as well as a cancer cell.
The straitjacket of cancer can keep one trapped for years - with what ifs
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