As he walks out of the bathroom, towel wrapped around waist, he realizes the floor under has disappeared and that as he clings onto the walls of the threshold with each hand and one leg, the other dangles like a lifeless kite struck from a string tied to a post; facing the vast ocean with no boundaries a thousand miles under him and around him he sees a bright afternoon sky.
But when he looks up he sees:
A greedy miser hiding money from a
Malicious child who runs to an
Eager mother who steals from a
Nostic, filthy bum.
All wanting to feed on him, to rip his flesh off and eat it before another character comes along to take part in this play set out by one person with a sense of humor known to no man and to dance on the stage of fire,
He says “I am” but finds crows circling above.