Because I wanted peace above all

Because I wanted peace above all, I built a house with no windows and no doors and I called it my world.

Because I wanted peace above all, I painted colorful smiles in my corneas to see only the happy sides on people.

Because I wanted peace above all, I invented a God father who eternally holds my hand and makes me accept, still and  blind, all the unacceptable.

Because I wanted peace above all, I sewed a princess costume on my skin.

Because I wanted peace above all, I tore the contract with Death, and since then everything stays around me, even in a putrefaction state.

Because I wanted peace above all, I created a new dictionary, where essence means appearance, happiness means acceptance and love means individualism.

Because I wanted peace above all, I recorded a repertoire of acceptable behaviors to replace the rhythm of my heart.

Because I wanted peace above all, I follow the footsteps already marked on the path and I didn’t dare look at the sides.

I chickened out and I called it sanity.