Guilt

August 26, 2012
By FaithZingeswar BRONZE, Fort Washington, Maryland
FaithZingeswar BRONZE, Fort Washington, Maryland
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Favorite Quote:
"Insanity is doing the same thing, over and over again, but expecting different results.”
― Albert Einstein


All is dandy and great in the world
Until a sliver of doubt slips in
Life is carefree and easy unless
You start to reminisce over what you did
Memories-no matter what-never fade
Thoughts tumble around and about
Consciousness whips in and out
Reality and dreams blend so well
You confuse one with the other
And both with another
Insanity starts to pull you under
Slowly, slowly painstakingly slow
It creeps in at night
When you're most vulnerable
It starts with a "Hey, I see you there"
When really there is nobody
Then the voices start to declare
"Do this, do that"
They all make you scream
"Get out of my head,
"Get out of my head,
"Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh"
When will the madness stop
Curled up in a corner you finally find out
What this terrible feeling was all about
Your horrendous sin has weighed down on you
And the gut-wrenching feeling overcomes you
Guilt


The author's comments:
This is a part of a book that I'm writing.

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