Individuality suits you.
You wear it like a suit
The chain mail and steel protect you
from the horrors of conformity
No, that is your greatest fear:
For others to see you
as a cog in the machine,
a face in the crowd,
You laugh at the irony of Robert Frost’s “The Road Not Taken”,
because he hints that your life is predetermined for you.
Other people read it differently,
but you know it’s there.
Who’s to say your life won’t change
from the choices you make–
from the clothes you wear,
to the way you style your hair–
who’s to say that,
in all of life’s mysteries,
how your life ends
can’t be different than everyone else’s?