For me writing about my mental disorders help let me create a collection of data almost of my ups and downs, also letting me conclude complex rantings in my head into more simple verses of my emotional stresses. I feel my poems are little psychological philosophies that help create my life into meaning.
i thought about the people around the block, they fell hard down on bad luck, i want to fix them some dinner or such, but the church has put them up.
i went for a drive and saw some lady resting on the sidewalk, people walked over her, she wore a blanket, i stopped my car, got out, said, sir, she lifted up the blanket, i said sorry 'mam, but are you okay and can i get you anything, she said no thanks i'm fine, leave me, so i put down my uneaten scone and just left her.
once a girl and a boy were fighting real bad, he punched her face, and i said no way, no man, so i took her aside as she was in panic, i told her sit down where is your mother, her mother was behind me, she pointed, said right there, i could tell it was an estranged relationship by far, i asked her what's gone wrong, why you fighting, she says because he won't let me love him, i said so what if he'll punch a woman stay away from him, she said yeah but his mother hates him and he has no one, i said think of yourself first, and i looked at the scars on her arms as she reminded me of myself when i had been a teen ager, i said look and showed her mine, and said you want to look like this when your old, she cried, went into panic as i told her to breathe in through the nose and exhale out the mouth, the cops showed up and she had calmed a little, i knew what was to come of her, next the ambulance would come, and take her to the hospital, i left her as the cops intervened.
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