Once you enter a black hole, sit back and wait for your limbs to disconnect.

Friday, April 1, 2011 § 2

I'm back. I've written so much. My poems explain my life, so I'll share.

I am a nobody trying to find a purpose.
Empty, alone, and drained.
My mind runs wild when all I want it to do is shut the fuck up.
Why must my thoughts criticize so harshly?
I just want some sleep, but my wishes are never granted.

Signing off,
Sophia

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§ 2 Response to “Once you enter a black hole, sit back and wait for your limbs to disconnect.”

  • Barry says:

    When you feel like a nobody to yourself, remember you're somebody to others. This is dark, but I'm glad you're writing what you feel Sophia. It won't always be this way, please have faith.

    x

  • Francesca says:

    Sometimes I just feel destroyed, too. I hope some of your wishes are granted soon.