Weighed down.

Weighed down.

A Poem by Sir Psychosis

A poem about how it feels to live with Mental health Problems and Learning difficulties of constantly explaining oneself.

I feel in my mind,
Weights constricting, tightening
Emotions unruly
Thoughts like lightning.

My mind is a hurricane,
To fast to grasp,
Like a ship in a whirlpool,
With me tied to the Mast.

My brain unrelenting,
With thoughts in the wrong directions,
Jumbling, tumbling, bumbling,
Into many cascading Interjections.

A crown of vines,
With it's thorns piercing grey matter,
Pulling away my sanity,
Am I not the mad hatter?

My life seems on fast forward..
No brakes or gears or stearing,
A passenger in my own vessel,
On a path fast, carrearing.

I feel on my mind,
Thoughts constricting..
My mind unruly,
The world Restricting...


© 2017 Sir Psychosis

Author's Note

Sir Psychosis
All comments and constructive critisisms welcome. I hope you Enjoy my work
-Amar x

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Added on December 22, 2017
Last Updated on December 22, 2017
Tags: ADHD, Mental health, self


Sir Psychosis
Sir Psychosis

Hayes, Middlesex, United Kingdom

Hi. I'm 36 From West London and I enjoy Writing, Art, Reading, gaming and I'm an Uber Nerd/Geek 😊 Also I am diagnosed Combination ADHD, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia and Bipolar. more..


A Poem by Sir Psychosis