Saturday, December 5, 2009

Nirvana...

There was once a time where you hated the side effects of the medication. The little tablet that slows down the ticking time-bomb inside your body that you know will one day explode and put you to sleep for the last time. Since birth it has ticked and now the battery runs low. You boost it every night with a little tablet. The side effects of this little daily charge up are the slow poisoning of the liver and kidneys coupled with a temporary feeling of being drunk. Usually you dislike the feeling but not tonight, tonight you are looking forward to disappearing inside your own mind for the days events have caused you to beat a hasty retreat.

"And the drugs begin to flow,
A feeling of joy arises in me"

This line rings through your head and you smile... The day is finally over... Peace is found inside your mind. Nothing can touch you there...

8 comments:

Susannah said...

Glad you're getting sleep.

Sweet dreams.

Susannah said...

uh; hello?

r u dissin me, my friend?

Mullmeister said...

Sorry, i have been rather distracted so have not been online very much. I dont really understand the term
"Dissin"

Im not sure why you use it but "The drugs Begin to flow" In this context is refering to emotion...

Ill reply in more detail on another post :)

red cheetah said...

Hey there!
"dissin'": hip-hop slang for 'disrespecting'; & a lame attempt @ a joke, trying to diffuse a little anxiety - I was getting some worried about you, actually.

Susannah said...

oops! sorry.

'Red Cheetah' is me. Well, really my 13 yr. old son's account (red-head; all 3 of ours are red-heads, including my husband, except me -- forgive me if I bore...maybe I've already told you this).

Mullmeister said...

Thanks, funny i didnt get it, english is not a strong point... Red Cheetah, interesting.

Im alright now, thanks for the thoughts.

Hope all is well your end :)

Susannah said...

"English is not a strong point"

I beg to differ with you on that! Your English is splendid!

I'm grateful you're alright now. Please do take care. Also, here's wishing you a very Merry Christmas!

Susannah said...

Oh, Santa Claus just came to our house! What fun! But now it's time for bed... ;)