All my life, I had lived without a label.
It wasn't because I wanted to. It's because there was no label for someone like me. I was a surprise. An anomaly. An exception.
I was everything and nothing.
And that made people uncomfortable. It scared them. I couldn't conform to their ideals. I was something they couldn't imagine. I was extraordinary.
I was limitless.
I was a force to be reckon with. I was confident. I was someone people looked to as a leader. I was. I was. I was.
I'm not anymore.
I let society cage me in. I let them define me.
I let them control me. Label me. Consume me. I became a conformist. I became everyone else. I became everyone and no one. I was no longer free.
I became the people I despised.
And I let it happen.