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    dots Submission Name: The Walls of my Skulldots
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    Author: riverrei
    ASL Info:    25/F/MI
    Elite Ratio:    5.93 - 64/34/61
    Words: 111
    Class/Type: Poetry/Depressed
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    dotsThe Walls of my Skulldots
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    Thoughts racing through my restless mind.
    Temptations taunting my every feeling.
    Voices echoing unwanted lectures throughout,
    clawing at the walls of my skull.

    Countless creations driving me crazy.
    Spinning, twirling, whirling, as if unaffected by gravity,
    bouncing off the walls of my skull, cracking them,
    creating an endless boundary for thoughts to roam free.

    Thoughts, dreams, ideas growing through the boundaries of my mind.
    How much more room do they need?
    Cracking, and shattering the walls of my skull,
    helping creations once again to evolve.

    What’s next?
    My mind cannot expand anymore.
    Not without going crazy.
    What to do when you’re on the brink of insanity. . .




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