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Amerian dream blog part 3

 am wearing one friends used t shirt and another friends rejected Pjs . I sit in my $1250  a month apartment in rat city Allston at 2.15 am at night with pimples on my face and a crooked neck, an ugly stare. I do not want anyone to know this.
I am a fabulous first world citizen. Everything I do is first world. Everything I do Is unachievable. Everything I have is unattainable. It is a perception. Its not real. Its a dream the big guns sold to us. This American dream. It comes down to this.
You are a prisoner in your mold infested, too small to breathe , refrigerator buzzing, mice running, over priced ,wood creaking apartment living in a delusional first world MacBook iPhones  tablets teslas organic food touch screens  space ships netflix lifestyles.
In reality, its the same as anyone in the world or worse. You are not free and never will u be.

Copyright © mary abdali | Year Posted 2017


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