Tag Archives: poetry
cold long nights darkness expands anxiety avoidant drained again quiet different not myself again [but it is the half of me] I hide each winter so no one sees words hit me like knives everything is personal paranoid assuming isolated … Continue reading
What a day Emotions astray Loving you is easy This distance does eat me Longing for your touch Off to work to say too much Remembering the subtle things Wishing you were near me Clock is 8 first break Sun … Continue reading
I feel it creeping in. Longer sleep and slower thoughts. Anxiety raises and overwhelms. Second guessing all my dreams. Feeling darkness calling me. No strength to fight it, I let it come and hope everything doesn’t come undone. Worry like … Continue reading
What a war we fight constantly defending ourselves from our thoughts constantly trying to remind ourselves what is real what a war we fight trying to explain why we cannot go trying to be casual and normal for everyone’s sake … Continue reading
You put me at ease like the sun on a cold autumn day You make me smile like the wind blowing through the trees As the leaves fall so do I I laugh as my heart skips a beat And … Continue reading
The sun is shinning on me I sense a slight relief I take a drag and think At least it’s not shinning in me Things slow down I feel more calm The middle of mania Is where I belong.
Take your pills Drink your water Lay awake Dream of Sleep Drowsiness STOP Second winds Sinking in Here I lay Between Wake and Sleep Fading fast About to crash But there we are again Eyes wide shut Images flashing I … Continue reading