A man shrinks into a boy walking backwards into water, growing cords that attach him to the body of his mother.
Curling into the shape of a fetus, he kicks against the sac that keeps him alive. From conception he revolts against his own body.
Back in the body of his father he hangs loosely to spermatic cords that threatens his existence: a wild oat to be sown into
strange bodies or flushed down the drain in self-loathing.
A man is never whole in his body till he finds his way back into himself.