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I wish for serotonin to run through my brain–I lack it now but Before the end of us, it did run Like wildfire when you went astray Into the depths of my wildest dreams By kissing me. Advertisements
Author’s Note: I wrote this when I felt extremely low and like no one really understood my pain. I got to thinking, and they do. In fact, depression isn’t noticed in the workplace and is often seen as weakness. I … Continue reading
Have you realized What I am trying to say? This sickness–well, this sickness Isn’t going away. – Maybe you’ve never heard of it. It’s more common than you think. A sickness of the mind, A sickness of the head; So … Continue reading
arrows in my chest, biting cold on my neck. it never felt like this before but ever since you left i am no more
The summer sky is alive In its own abyss; Sweaty foreheads and swollen necks Wish for its refreshing kiss Of summer rain, Of summer sky. But oh, I don’t know Where summer will fly.
I fell asleep To buzzing bumblebees Brightly shining their lights down open streets; To the sparkling indigo sky That waved me goodbye. – Throughout the night Several hundred butterflies Carried me To the comfort of a dream Slowly but surely. – And now … Continue reading