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Narco Faith

By D. Sager, published on Feb 10, 2013

...voice is haunting and nagging, worse than an old wife on the rag. In my gut, I feel a recurring emptiness and my mind is filled with noisy clutter. They dance in an unsettled pattern that revolves around like the moon, the gravity of seriousness holding both of them close. I filled my bottle up with pretty little pills, the things that give me solace in the routine of restless seeking. Shaking the bottle, I looked again at the prescription, in bold letters, FAITH, and in small script below it, “can cause mindless ambling to churches and Tourette's like expressions of religious... (more)

Tags: spiritual, moon, drugs, faith, wife, prescription, restless, bottle, my ancestor was an astronaut, narcotics, pills, rag, seeking, toba beta, ua, urine analysis

“The truth is just a bottle we never opened”

By Lartinos, published on Oct 8, 2012

Gotta go against the grain when others think you’re insane, all in the name of not being plain.

Gotta stand out to be seen,

Gotta say what you mean,

Gotta stay honest and clean.

It’s not about thinking outside the box, it’s about creating a new box with a different shape that others couldn’t contemplate.

Taking that feeling of stress that others repress and turning it into success.

Stare into that mirror with your eyes wide open and embrace

Your faults and realize they are your fault. If not look closer and closer until those thoughts divide... (more)

Tags: poetry, truth, stress, mirror, bottle, repress

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