You know you’re

OK when you find yourself 

OK in a ton of done and made and loved

OK times and homes and roams, and some

OKs still do hurt, but it’s then when you know for sure it’s 

OK to say goodbye to what’s not


And when I say this, I mean all the outside that’s not

OK – no longer the inside

OK you’ve always been

OK about but just never

OKed to anyone else.

Or maybe you did, but

their ears didn’t 

prick up the interest humanity demands

of our senses, and

OK sense


And it’s 

OK to fail sometimes: it’s 

OK to fail.

And that’s …

… OK.

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