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The Other Side of Sanity

The stigma and enigma.

Photo by Žygimantas Dukauskas on Unsplash

Put me in a stroller and take my Bi-polar
On a ride where there’s no coming back
We all have a gene the feelings obscene
When the world is whirled and is painted in black.

Between you and me there is PTSD
Abused when I was a child
The ups and the downs, bleeding and frowns
Then the

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David Rudder

David Rudder

Top writer in Poetry. I am a diarist and write poetry to reflect my thoughts.

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