You want to do something. Anything. You know that you could do something, but what? What can you do?
You hear the news. You are stunned initially.
But you are known to be proactive.
Problem? There is a solution. There is always a solution.
You are good at fixing things. Everything can be fixed is almost your mantra. Everything can be returned to normal.
But this, this…you can’t. You hear the verdict. You can’t do anything. There are walls, doors, gates, locks in your way. You know better than to break through them.
So you think you can stand waiting patiently until the keykeeper opens it for you? You think that’s all it takes. But then you start thinking, what if you slip them something, will they open it?
Then moments later, you almost want to say…I’ll do anything to fix it. I’ll give up everything. Just to return back to normal. You want a time machine, but this is the present and you have always loved the future. But not this time. Because you can’t do anything about the trouble, you can’t…it has happened and all you can do is try to piece it together, but what if you can’t even get to the pieces?