Category Archives: Mind Clutter

What Are You Thinking

What are you thinking? Are you afraid? I don’t know what to think, and yes I am troubled. What is the main thing that worries you? My problems are ambiguous, therefore I do have a definite plan of attack. What … Continue reading

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Evening Mix With DJ Amalgamation

The anesthesia began to wear off as I tried to focus where I was. The last thing I clearly remember is receiving an invitation to perform in a roll of a lifetime. I recall that my friends who were also … Continue reading

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THX N E WAYZ

You look at me, but there is contempt in your eyes. You speak to me, but your tone of voice is condescending. Your anecdotes aim to minimize and trivialize my experience. You try to fit the world in your little … Continue reading

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Deep Onset…

Tear it from my mind, this deep onset frustration, this stupid subtle taunting. No one knows why I react the way I do to… It is deep onset frustration with… I feel angry. I feel helpless. Why do I zone … Continue reading

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Subconcious

Somewhere in my subconscious lays a secret to a mystery of history. It is found in the midst of a kaleidoscope of strange colors and distinct sounds. Each door opens up to multiple choices. It branches out to innumerous possibilities. … Continue reading

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Darkness

I feel the darkness descending all around me. It is taking the edge out of this stark reality. Cover me from the heat of the day. I am faintly fighting the approaching mood. I don’t want to fall to an … Continue reading

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XYC

* Quack; what would you like to talk about today? xYZ 9; I don’t Quack; how does that make you feel? Xyz 9’; it doesn’t. Quack; does this have to do with the incident? Xyz 9; what incident? Quack; I … Continue reading

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