Strippers

This whole “life” thing would’ve been a lot easier, for me and everyone else, if only my parents had kept paint-stripper under the kitchen sink instead of premium Polish vodka. At least that’s what I tell myself I was looking for all those years ago. I love the smell of paint-stripper. Vodka is a stripper in it’s own right. Here […]

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close your eyes.

Sharp slivers of words built up  From years of staying silent  Fill my mouth but stay trapped.  My hands are dirty  My knees scraped  By the brush I’ve been running through  Because the things that make other things  Go bump in the night  Chase after me and it’s still early.  “Come here, pretty one,”  They […]

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6 Life Lessons Depression Has Taught Me

The state of depression cannot be described only by one word. From experience, it’s a state of multiple emotions and the condition is complex like the human mind and life. When depress, a person battles several emotions, sending that person in a stream of emotional mess. – Battling The Downswings of Life It’s been over […]

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Yellow Cracked Walls

These yellow cracked walls  have been my  Home for many moons.  In this time,  I have come to understand their purpose  to be far more than  primitive to shelter.  These yellow cracked walls  beguil their inmates:  their will to hope falling  through the sieve of despair  like fine sand.  These yellow cracked walls  benefit their […]

https://thoughtsfromanunquietmind.wordpress.com/2016/02/24/yellow-cracked-walls/

Monday, 8th February, 2016

A quick poem I wrote today, trying to express some of the anger and frustration and feeling of being lost that I am currently experiencing. A brief snapshot of me.  I’m Sick I’m sick of living on the borderline the line between “normal” and “diagnosable illness” I’m sick because I’m never bad enough, but never […]

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