Sleep

2 Apr

It’s 2:09 am and I honestly have no clue how I’ve lasted this long.

I should be going to sleep.

It’s so dark outside, yet my soul is on fire – blazing with light.

And my eyelids – they droop, fighting my mind to let them shut, but my fingers are flying. Flying across the letters on the keyboard, racing to keep up with the letters pouring from my mind.

I’m sleep deprived since the day I was born but not ever was I deprived of words. Or ideas. Because my soul lit up my way, making sure I never stumbled, and my eyes struggled to stay open so that I could see the world.

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