Anxious

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My anxiety drives me to bed night after night

and I sit here crying over worries in my head that mean nothing; never existing nor written down in my life—acted upon in my life. I sit here, tangled in my sheets, sobbing.

Night after night I find no solitude in my being;

cursed with a mental state that shatters at the second of an emotional hiccup.

This stigma strangles me.

I’m not crazy. I’m not crazy. I sure as hell feel crazy in every thought that passes through my mind, and every tear that slips down the canvas of my face.

How do you travel through a journey, blindfolded by the very thing that makes you human?

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Becky Harrison : Certified klutz, free spirited, go-get-em goof ball. Loves writing poetry and the beach. Strong believer in bucket lists.
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