I’m Not Saying I’m Crazy but. . . | Short Poem No. 101

not saying crazy
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I’m not saying I’m crazy but. . .

Sometimes I don’t feel like writing.
Sometimes I don’t feel like talking.
Sometimes I don’t feel like anything.
Sometimes. . .

Sometimes days are grayish,
Surrounded by deep fog
and my coffee just can’t clear it.

I’m not saying I’m crazy,
but sometimes. . .

Sometimes I just wanna roll into a ball,
hide in the couch,
watch T.V.
and just be alone.

If I could, I would cry for days.
But it’s been years since
a tear touched my face.
Why do I always feel so bad?
Why do I always feel so sad?

I’m not saying I’m crazy,
But sometimes. . .
Sometimes I worry something’s wrong. . .

A Lover’s Agony

Β© Joey Who? and WritingWithStrangers, 2019, except where noted otherwise. All rights reserved.

Author: Jonathan Pines

I have experienced a lot in life. For a while, I kept it all inside of me. But now it's time to let it out. I'm writing with all of life's saltiness, perfecting poetry in the process.

60 thoughts on “I’m Not Saying I’m Crazy but. . . | Short Poem No. 101”

      1. That’s fine I think the quality is still there. For quantity, as long as you find a pace that you can do consistently in the long term. A lot of people on here come in strong and then disappear. I am OK with only posting once or twice a week.

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      1. Good idea. . . let’s think. I am OK with after October 30, I think I will be doing another collab before then, so it works better for me. I really enjoyed the Villanelle. Would you like to do one of those? And for a topic. . let’s think. . .

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