I recently started watching the Netflix series “Altered Carbon” based on the book series by Richard Morgan, and I can’t help but reflect on the concept of identity. What does it mean to be who we are? What defines our perception of self? Are our bodies merely vessels to hold our consciousness? How does that affect the way people interact with our bodies and perceive who we are? I felt inspired to write a poem entitled, “The Sleeve.” Check it out below:
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Tales From The Bell Jar by A.C. Rust
A collection of poetry exploring the individual’s descent and ascent from a dissociated world. Available in print and ebook editions. You can read excerpts by heading to The Brain!
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