Anxiety AM

Good morning, sir! If I might
have a word,
some advice?

Smile more.
Live healthy.

If you have something
to whisper, it’s probably worth
bellowing once or twice.

Spelling
makes a difference,
doesn’t it?

It’s pronounced anxiety, not
angst I-T, and it’s not
viably addressed.

Good morning, ma’am, is that
coffee on your
flowered dress?

You may want to
invest in bleach, before it seeps
into your reputation. Trust me,
I know.

Morning,
fellow citizens!

Be happy,
mathematically
positive, because waiting
for daybreak is
too obvious,
and we’re a happy
bunch of goddamned cynics.

Complacency expected, poison
at my table that passes
for family breakfast, despite
sitting by myself.

Good morning America,
whatcha so scared of?

And now a
word from
our sponsors, telling us
all to

go to Hell.

Good morning, kind sir, my mind is not okay. I don’t want to see the sun today, your comforts not my concern. Morning ma’am, I don’t give a damn what you’ve heard, I’m tired of civility I’m forced to feign.

I bid you all a good evening before all these people I hate realise exactly what I am.

*thank you. The support for this poem was amazing. Reposting for those who were interested in reblogging. :):) the button is back!*

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11 thoughts on “Anxiety AM

  1. There’s just too many mixed messages the world send to us that it’d become, quite confusing, as to whose voices should we listen to, and in trying to comply to the world’s demands of who we ought to be, we’d, lost our selves at the very end…

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  2. “I’m tired of civility I’m forced to feign. I bid you all a good evening before all these people I hate realise exactly what I am.”
    your words expressed my feelings perfectly. call it anxiety, being an introvert, depression… it covers all.

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