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A Thought on My Thoughts
Jumbled, torn, ripped at the edges.
Fractions of phrases, and forgotten pieces.
Spinning, jumping, screaming in my head.
Words and sentences and things I forgot to remember.
Things I tried to forget.
Thoughts hiding in dark corners.
Thoughts buying themselves into the ground.
Thoughts reaching for the light,
And thoughts dancing lightly on foot.
Drowsy, blurry thoughts, rubbing their eyes
Thoughts spinning like a carousel, confused.
Thoughts contradicting thoughts.
Memories that turn into thoughts and thoughts that turn into memories.
Frightened thoughts huddled, shivering.
Snarling thoughts, foaming at the mouth.
Loud thoughts, screaming for attention.
Wrinkled, wise thoughts scolding selfish thoughts.
Thoughts sprawled beneath a willow tree.
Unique thoughts that rebel.
Thoughts that conform.
Eternal thoughts stare blankly ahead.
Flighty thoughts whisk in and out of consciousness.
Proud thoughts smirk, standing tall.
Thoughts with quivering lips, shaky knees.
Hot-cheeked thoughts, flustered and blushing.
Lazy thoughts, crawling towards a dream.
Honest thoughts, too real to think about.
Thoughts too honest for reality.