On My Own Accord.

I cannot stop compulsivity

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be it compulsive thinking
or whatever
on my accord
I cannot drop it
for “my own accord”
means to think my way out
of my compulsive thinking
even when we know or sense
that dropping thinking is
simply the best thing
we cannot do it on our own accord
for, as said, “our own accord”
means to be feeding next thoughts
to put an end to the previously
fired up blood-sucking thoughts
“our own…

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Pretheesh Presannan

Pretheesh Presannan

Panic Attack Survivor. Just writing. Plays cricket. Design&Develop. You can find short stories, poems, humor, and nonfiction here. Gmail: pretheeshgp@gmail.com