No Questions Answered.

If I went to a professional they'd probably say it started when I was younger
Which begs the question why it didn't affect my older brother

Maybe it's just the way my brain is wired
I'm just so god damn sick and tired
Of being so damn sick and tired
Why am I always so fucking tired?

I just go through the motions
All the days just blend together
The only thing keeping me going
Is the hopes that this won't last forever

I can say that I care about a few things
But it'd be only to myself that I feed lies
There's a lot I need to get off my chest
But it's hard when I have to make it rhyme

I don't consider myself a poet
More of an alocoholic with a pen
I get myself into a drunken haze
And spill all the thoughts in my head

You're probably wondering where this is going
And I can't say that I have the answer
I kind of just type away
Until I start to feel a little better.


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Big Sal

Wed 24th Jan 2018 22:49

Rhyming is easy. Making it make sense is the hard part. Good poem.

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Tue 16th Jan 2018 07:08

Hi Nick just write what your feeling you feel better when you do buy your self I little book you can tear out the pages and throw them away try to believe in your self and keep writing thing down love Wendy X

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Isurugi Noe

Tue 16th Jan 2018 01:22

My first reaction was that this was very funny. But then I realized that this is truth and there are people who are living lives like yours...or not living. Acknowledging and accepting that you are an alcoholic is a difficult step, I hear. I know I wouldn't know. But you are in a position that others can't get to. And hope is not a strategy. You might find it helpful to read and not just write. Good luck. ? Isurugi

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keith jeffries

Mon 15th Jan 2018 22:11

Hi Nick, you don´t have to make it rhyme. You are a poet, don´t underestimate your ability. Pissed or sober your talent is evident. It won´t last forever if you are determined to write and keep writing. Stick at it mate. Thanks again for a good piece of work. Keith

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