“The important thing,” Kenny says, “is retaining a semblance of perspective.  I get it.  I do.  I understand why they’re not letting me out.  And yes, absolutely, there was a period of adjustment -”

“You were screaming at me for, like, two years.”

“-adjustment, but now we’re in synch.  I get it, man.  I get you.  I get this.  If I was in their shoes, I’d keep me in here too.”

“So you’re not hallucinating, anymore?  With the loneliness.”

“No!  I’m cool.  I’m feeling very Zen.”


“What?  What? You don’t believe me?”

“No no no,” say the walls.  “It’s nothing.”


One Response to “Kenny”

  1. *chuckle*


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