Exhaustion

Poem By Lily Espinosa

Weary of
Crying
Lying
Trying
Sighing
Throwing
Scratching
Clawing
Withdrawing
Ripping
Hating
Loving
Losing
Choosing
Failing
Trailing
Falling
Stalling
Pretending
Toying
Destroying

Comments about Exhaustion

word exercise, exercising the mental world


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