Disquiet : A Confession of a Rebellious Mind

There’s a feeling I wish to let go.
It finds its way to the surface,
Forcing me down to the depths.
It often feels like drowning,
Like sinking, like I can’t even stand.
Almost as though the ground –
Cannot hold me up, let alone itself.
It’s shifting, forever changing;
It’s like taking a walk on the beach,
That is – if you were in your nightmares.
Where the waves are crashing,
Threatening to pull you in the deep.
With a storm raging overhead,
Teasing you with the sound of thunder.
Lightning striking – inches from your feet.
Rocking your foundation.
Until you realize you’re –
Naked: Exposed, wishing for a hug.
A hand &the desire for help.
But it’s just you,
&there was never anyone else.

2 thoughts on “Disquiet : A Confession of a Rebellious Mind

  1. I hate days like that. I like this piece a lot – thanks for sharing 🙂

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    1. Thank you. I’m really glad you enjoyed this piece. 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

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