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Drowning

Swimming.

My head’s swimming.

Underwater.

Too much.

I can’t take it.

Things I’ve felt over the past week:

Tired.

Frustrated,

Annoyed.

Nervous.

Scared.

Angry.

Happy. 107 more words

Ramblings

Exasperation

The voices in Septimus Smith’s head must have grown too loud to bear before he flung himself out the window of his apartment. And what is this fear of waning whispers, an approach to silence; this fear of facing the loud truth? 121 more words

Poetry

It's okay.

It’s okay to be in the state of exasperation
When you find no motivation to achieve your aspiration.
But to find inspiration in the difficult times is the true trait of maturation.

Life

Sticky Donut Hands (A Poem)

Sticky handle on the door,
Sticky carpet on the floor,
Sticky messes in the den,
Sticky fingers strike again.

Sticky wrappers in the room,
Sticky bristles on the broom, 55 more words

Crappy Poems

50 Pesewas Short

Growing up, I never really sat in troskis. I was the typical mummy’s girl. I followed my mum everywhere. On the few occasions I sat in one, I got so excited. 713 more words

Passion

Unnecessary surgeries; a case of Trust deficit

Every evening, it has become a routine for me to visit a local sports club, where number of senior citizens like me get together. After a brisk walk on the jogging track, we all settle down in deck chairs in a circle and chat for an hour or so. 763 more words

Exasperation

Practical Proverbial, from Mark, 13 July 2015

What are you arguing with them about?” he asked. A man in the crowd answered, “Teacher, I brought you my son, who is possessed by a spirit that has robbed him of speech. 562 more words