http://kain-360.hubpages.com/hub/A-Mind … -Confusion
Just wondering how you guys would interpret this hub. I actually was extremely depressed and wrote this. Sometimes when I get depressed my creativity increases a bit; a double edged sword no doubt.
It's a bit ambiguous, but pay close attention to each word.
What is the theme (or multiple) of it?
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