Mental Illness

Mental Illness

Assumptions about other thought grasp the mind with soar face

Every gaze made always give an ink idea of what others think about you especially when things goes wrong

When failures repeats and expectations are not met

You tend to live in the prison of what others think, making you more lonely and less interactive

Bitterness grips the heart and permanent decision about being a failure develops

Hope lost, depression rises

Heart-aches, faith questioned

Body posture becomes feeble

Thinking becomes limited to what the eyes could cover

Suspicions becomes core goal

Sentimental judgment becomes a habit

Friends lost
Loneliness rise

Head Down
Eyes soaked

Quality of thought destroyed and grievance becomes hobby.

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