sand-paper & seraphim

Let her take you down to a place you might not want to see.

Inner Focus

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Pain.
her name is Pain

[for fuck’s sake!]

she, by any other name, would still remain
as ugly.
and sheIS ugly.
desperately ugly.
she is a creep.
she is unwelcome.
despite my best effort to keep her
OUT
of my world, she
always
seems to find a way to creep
BACK
in and fuck
with me: meddle
with my mind, screw
up my plans, piss
on my parade
in her
USUAL
cuntish
way.
she is relentless.
she makes her presence
FELT
when i am at my happiest, my
most comfortable, my
most vulnerable, my
most…
or when i have
plans.
i am convinced
that she does
this
to seek attention, or
unsettle,
again.
and again,
and
again,
when i am alone
with
my
thoughts, and
almost every night it seems,
she SEEPS
back; back
into my consciousness.
sly, septic saraphim,
she is
a
BAD TRIP.
she…

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      • i like to read about what people find interesting about a piece i’ve written, don’t you? and if/how it evokes a reaction – love or loathe it kinda thing – it’s always a pleasure to read about why someone ‘likes’ a piece of my mind. cracked ribs & codeine does strange things to the mind, and body…

      • It really did make me feel out of control, both in terms of the presentation and content. For some reason it reminded me of the Beatles song ‘Helter Skelter’. Not in terms of how it was written, but the force behind the words. The song has a lyric, ‘Coming down fast,’ I can imagine that being an alternate title. And oh, cracked ribs? I hope you’re on the mend x

      • yeah, i cracked them 5 years ago, but if i lift heavy stuff, or move a certain way i.e. put strain on them, they become really very tender. Doctor says rib injuries never truly heal. i’m seeking Adam. need a new rib or three. lol

        yeah, that piece… it was written from the heart, from the derailed train that is my mind sometimes. glad you enjoyed it!
        and thanks again for re-blogging – that was a really lovely gesture. x

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