Tuesday, June 17, 2014

But the tickling doesn't stop.

I've always seen sadness as passive emotion.

When sadness suddenly has an opinion, it becomes anger.

It starts off feeling like a tickle in the heart.

But the tickling doesn't stop.

That's when it starts to burn, rising from the bottom up--and maybe that's why you say the things you do, to push all the hurt out and give it back.

I'm a tell ya this
We're suffering fire give it up
Dibby sound, yo people