Responding to Facebook
“What’s on your mind?” The white and blue screen asks.
What’s on my mind? Money. The cost of hospital-grade tubing that is in your nose when you wake up.
What’s on my mind? The cost of honesty. I’ve been racking up hopes and dreams, only to find expiration dates, boundaries, and under used gym cards.
What’s on my mind? The relief that this moment will disappear from feeds by worthwhile-thirty. This one is for the boring generations, STILL (italicized) on Facebook.
What’s on my mind? I am too comfortable with this format of communication; and I miss coming home late, and thinking that “I’ll just be tired,” like when I wrote that letter the night before surgery, or on the eves of confessions past.
What’s on my mind? She walked by the fish tank…but she didn’t even tap on the glass.
But what’s really on my mind…I don’t remember