23 Nov

I’m trying to break out of this repetitive style
But everything I do and say and think and write
Just looks and sounds and feels the same
And I can’t seem to stop this monotonous style
Where everything happens
Over
And over
And over again
And I bang my fists in hopes of breaking down these walls I’ve built around my mind to prevent myself from venturing too far out, God forbid I get lost alone in the dark.
But these walls are strong from years of work and effort put into strengthening them against the world outside.

Windows and doors were left out of the blueprints.

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