Sadness is a thing

They want you to find something that you want to do. Something that you want to do with every part of your being.

They want you to be a good person. To be happy.

We need to narrow things down.

You need to pick something and stick with it.

Camping makes me sad.

Sadness is a thing.

Owwy ow is something that you say a lot.

A lot of things that are going on  are things out of control.

Diamond. Diamond covered dogs.

Gravel.

Crunch and munch do things that you want.

Do something that you wanted to do all this times

Stupid. You are so stupid. So ******* stupid.

If you are hungry and stuff and i am proud of you.

Come dance with me and hold the hands of a man who had wanted to be the king.

At the end of the tale, things are coming to the end of the things that we made. The ideas are melting as we hear them.

I want silence. Absolute silence.

My ears are people that live on the edges of my face.

I want to write that down, but i have problems remembering.

Come to the point that you are trying to make.

There are signs. Signals that show you the way. The way that they are here in the bottom here on the parts of the bananas.

The fingers that she has keep dislocating as I speak.

That will slow her down for sure.

*Screaming*

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I hear voices and I write about that.
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2 Responses to Sadness is a thing

  1. ‘I want silence. Absolute silence.
    My ears are people that live on the edges of my face’

    I found this poem interesting to read – particularly these lines however. It’s an image that really stands out as I think a lot of us can relate to the feeling of intrusive noise and opinions paralysing us.

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