Psychology

I should have left town this morning

About 6 years ago I got on a train, got off the train, and walked toward the building I was supposed to be at and I kept on walking. I couldn’t make my way inside the building. It was toxic. It’s toxicity seeped out. I had never done something like that before. Nor have I done it since. But trust me, there have been plenty of instances where I have wanted to run.

The other morning, within 30 minutes of waking up, I already knew that I should have left town. I should have gotten on a motorcycle (although I have no idea how to drive one) and hit the highway. Sometimes, you just know nothing is bound to go right. So, you should disrupt that narrative and change things in. Don’t lean into the lunacy. Step away from it, however you can.

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  1. It Could
    Literally

    Save

    Our

    Life And

    Love For

    Life Staying

    In The Hell Humans

    Create aS only

    Clothes

    We

    Come

    To Believe

    That Fit Us

    When our Wings

    Are Bleeding For

    Release Our

    Frog

    Soul

    Boil on Slow Heat

    You know What’s

    Missing

    In The

    Profession

    Of The Mind

    Poetry

    I’ve Almost

    Got My Psychiatrist
    Convinced The Last

    One Already

    Left His

    Practice

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    Movement

    Therapy

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    Shows Non
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    Naturally

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    Words…

    Buildings Caves

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    Grass

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