Depersonalization

Depersonalization

By: Kristen S.

Lost amongst fallen time

A recollection of insignificant movements

Oddly present times—weakened memories

Lacking personal chemistry

Strange and unacquainted territory

Disconnected to the awareness of the body

Heavy yet sparse, unable to retain natural rhythm

Not to be a home but rather a tomb

For my feverish soul

The body and the mind

Two separate entities

Co existing by nature

Science heroically shaping our being

Unconsciously gazing off in space

Questioning your mere existence

The body and its functions

A sluggish physical mass

Weighing me down

The body—associated to our being

A supposedly profound home

To be rhythmically in tact with the mind

Though limiting access to life as we know

Caged to our essence

Yet unfamiliarity strikes

Striving to earn more

A discrepancy of space for discovery

Unsatisfied—too much suppressed

What’s yet to be addressed?

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  1. Great words, I can relate to them. I’ve been blogging for a while about my experiences with depersonalization. Just wondered if you had any tips on how I can get more people to follow/read my posts so I can help more people? Thank you Kristen

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    1. Thank-you so much. Well one thing about myself is that I am a better listener than I am talker—I love to learn about other people, and discover their thoughts and ideas which helps to build a solid base for two way communication. Hope this helps. Thanks again. 🙂

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