Bodily Design

Prejudice is the lack of knowledge for bodily design.
Humans often imagine they're made of foreign subjects.

Some imagine they're metal.
Some imagine they're wood.
Some imagine they're plastic.
Some imagine they're rubber.
Some imagine they're slime.
Some imagine they're blood.
Some imagine they're bones.
Some imagine they're water.
Some imagine they're fire.
Some imagine they're grass.
Some imagine they're wind.
Some imagine they're dirt.
Some imagine they're rock.
Some imagine they're flowers.
Some imagine they're chickens.
Some imagine they're bulls, or, "bullies", which means small bulls.
Some imagine they're frogs.
Some imagine they're recyclable.
Some imagine they're waste.
Some imagine they're monsters.
Some imagine they're robots.
Some imagine they're dolls, toys, or just about anything.
Some imagine they're gods.

Unless it's a reference to artistic work, humans are none of these things.
These forms of imagination reveal schizophrenic traits at work.
I know; I have schizophrenia.
So my illness has something to do with prejudice.
Prejudice can be like a diseased mental being.
A look becomes corrupted when the fiction is mistaken as reality.
Of course, parents entertain children with art by pretending, or, lying.
When pretending is really accepted seriously, then we have a bad problem.
But artists can fall for their own tricks- they may really start believing in fiction.
However we shouldn't completely deny fiction- denial of fiction can lead to fiction.
Understanding should really be the working system of thought.

Wednesday, March 4, 2020
Topic(s) of this poem: art,artistic work,creativity,disease,dream,dreaming,dreams,fantasy,fiction,lie
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