and one day, it shall be.

In an unconscious effort
she pretended the facade was an accurate depiction of who she really way,
hanging on to the confinements of cubicles
and funny jackets that never fit right in the shoulders.
Although her physical self sat behind a computer screen,
her mind was elsewhere,
visiting faraway places and building daydreams into hopeful plans.
And while the days felt long,
she would find an imaginary world
through a pen and some paper,
drawing her life out
as it should be,
as it will be,
one day.

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