Broken Words (may be triggering?)

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Broken Words (may be triggering?)

Post by Ingenuity » Wed Jul 16, 2008 5:47 pm

*Should I put may be triggering in the subjects of any poem that isn't about being happy or something that's overwhelmingly positive, because I really don't know wear to draw the line between possibly triggering and not triggering.?*



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Heart throbbing

But not with lust or shock

This immense fear of words

On and on you go

Apparently I'm not decent

Not fine unless I change

Analyzing my analysis

Throwing instinct out the door

Fighting natural thought

Is this you want from me?

Shall I use your concepts to judge myself?

Instead of simple action

I'll waste time

Internally discussing my own perception ever time I take a step

Lets pick apart all forms of thought

All ways of influence

Coining the broadest among them with words and phrases

Be yourself

But in the way I instruct

You can't know who you are

Or what do do

Not without my input

without my judgment of the way you judge your own judgment

You must find the answers that don't exist

Inventing theories

We cannot accept our limitation

Over intellectualizing

Shattered and picked at

killing the idea of life with broken words
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Re: Broken Words (may be triggering?)

Post by njh88_07 » Thu Jul 17, 2008 9:44 pm

Wow! I thought that this was really deep it sounds like you are talking to someone who may be close to you or even just someone you may have just met. It can work both ways. I think you should keep writing. However the big words I though added a lot but can sometimes stree those out who read it with reading comprehension disabilities. Mine isn't that bad but sometimes there are things I can read and I'll have to read them over again and again before I can decipher what you are trying to say no offense. But it was very good. Keep writing.
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Re: Broken Words (may be triggering?)

Post by Ingenuity » Fri Jul 18, 2008 10:52 am

yup, I was talking to someone. I'm takeing a speach and communication class, and it's very frusterating to hear the teacher talk about how we should act, and think about how we are thinking, and spout out all these theories about human interaction and the way we think and react and telling us what is right and what is wrong. We should just leave things alone instead of trying so hard. Puting things into groups can help sometimes just so that we understand them better, but the things we're being told in this class, it's just over the edge. It's all a bunch of opinions. Everyone will interpret these things in different way, so why are you pretending like you know everything, and that your opinions are correct.

so yup
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