Midnight Tears


Midnight tears trickle down a cheek of discontent. They fall like rubies to the ground, colored by different shades of intoxication. Misplaced treasures gather at my feet, forgotten emotions that are only missed when the inevitable waves of time washes away all traces of their existence. I watch as my past glitters and struggles in the water as they join the silent cries of those around me. Comforting though it is to know that my struggle is shared, still I take no solace from a stranger’s presence. For only I can understand the meaning of each teardrop and the loss I feel as they splash in the night.

Note: Holy shit… I did it. I wrote this without meds… It definitely sounds different, but it is still me. Interesting…

-OM

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14 Responses to Midnight Tears

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  2. rudyhou says:

    awesome writing.

  3. Dewin Nefol says:

    Bewitched, bedazzled, bemused, bewildered, and just plain crazy.

    That is why the best writers succeed in their endeavours. It takes a brave man with a courageous soul to take a trip into darkness in search of the one ‘seed of light’ to illuminate a path back to reality. But we are impelled to go on trying, and driven back time and time again to venture ever deeper in to the darkness and gloom to resolve the mystery of who we are.

    Meds are great, psychological detachment sometimes better. And madness, well, just occasionally one has to touch the ragged edge of true freedom in order to feel alive.

    What a great posting, and what a magnificent Blog. You’ve gained another follower who appreciates revelation and truth.

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    Best wishes.

    DN

  4. Indeed, very interesting. I like it — I mean, beyond clicking “like.”

  5. om-Moving is right. Strong stuff. Ever researched Asperger’s?

  6. Anaala Richardson says:

    This is exactly why it’s so hard to deal with my depression.

  7. Endlessensation says:

    I am deeply moved by this post.

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