Hit The Curb!

Hey readers,

I wrote a poem about feeling overwhelmed and the thoughts that feel so scary they take me to a dark place where I feel stuck and suffocated. I have little confidence which at times due to my autism, I question everything because I constantly I am messing up and misinterpreting causing me to self-doubt absolutely everything. Sometimes it is just the things that have acclimated over the years which after trying so long make me want to breakdown. It eats my guts up and have turned everything into something more deeper then it really is. So, when everything feels like it is broken down and I can’t verbally master the skills, I write, it might be incoherent, it might not be written well but at least it is raw and from the heart.

 

 

Sometimes I just hit bottom,

staring into oblivion,

my mind is broken,

when communication has failed,

sometimes i’m not strong enough,

I crumble deep within,

I doubt everything 

Nothing is what it seems,

I am screaming inside,

but no one can hear me call,

I am locked in this mess,

pleading to get out.

Communication is weak,

it’s all mangled up,

trying to make anything clear,

is unreachable right now.

 

 

Cheers for reading X

Prose for Thought

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10 thoughts on “Hit The Curb!

  1. Really powerful writing. I think it is important to be able to express your feelings in whichever form you feel comfortable with. You have certainly done that here. Thinking of you x Thanks so much for linking to Prose for Thought x

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  2. Thanks so much for your honesty in writing this. I am the mother of 3 kids, 2 who have autism, and this helps me better understand what they may be feeling as well. Thanks for giving this mother a potential glimpse into their world too x

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