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Delirium

Updated on August 7, 2016
A picture of inspiration, growing for the next generation   - Quinton Jones
A picture of inspiration, growing for the next generation - Quinton Jones

These words that I utter free tension where butterflies fluttered;

they now dive with death below our lower hemisphere.

My words float on deaf ears, falling trough cracks of mental inability.

Lack of knowledge encourages loss of knowledge.

Emotionally confused to the point of delusion, and perversity you accept because your own evils.

Trapped in this mental box battered over and over again.

Your natural reflexes are replaced with learned environmental response.

Delirium

Where a person finds truth in intersecting thoughts, and this traffic of the mind is your controlled chaos. Some memories feed paranoia, and aggression feed hysteria, then my reaction is out of...

Delirium

These driven memories collide because they don’t coincide with the happiness of our hearts which help balances life.

What is your manifested delirium?

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      Quinton 6 years ago

      thank you

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      Nikki Wicked 6 years ago from Louisiana

      this is so far the best ive read by you. good work. not everyone may understand, or agree with our words, but we write. and we will keep on writing, that is this chronic disease's new manifestation. our poetry. that is our deliria.

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      \Brenda Scully 8 years ago

      I wish I KNEW BUT WILL THINK ABOUT IT AND LET YOU KNOW.... LOVED THE POEM COULD KINDA RELATE....... X