freedom to move

I feel the shadow of it…lurking just off to the side but in my periphery.

I was sitting on the plane and a woman was assigned the middle seat. When the doors closed there was no one in the window seat. I kept trying to hint that isn’t it nice to have the space. She said yes it is and sat right there in the middle for the rest of the flight. I was trapped. Trapped by her, trapped by the reclined seat in front which left me with about two inches of clearance from my nose to the head rest, trapped and I hated it.

Trapped by people who don’t give me the room to move freely about the cabin. It’s a fine analogy.

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