Articles in the Bipolar Category

A thousand words or a picture’s lure?
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Posted in Bipolar, Poetry on 18 February 2014
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If it takes a thousand words…to equal a picture’s lure I’m still going to try and paint with syllables and verbs And challenge your brain’s synapses right out of the gate Challenging the inclination towards a path of least resistance With a harrowing tale conveyed with riddle and rhyme persistence And if I must hint […]

Shattering the stigma of mental illness and addressing the folly of the world at large
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Posted in Bipolar, Poetry on 23 September 2013
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So it goes, and so we sow, and so we reap from what we’ve sown, and taste the sweet or bitter fruits that have or will soon grow.  The stream of consciousness and it’s manifestation in words, seems to be gushing in hard to measure flows. I seem to have become an observer of the […]

Escapade of thought
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Posted in Articles, Bipolar on 24 January 2012
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I’d like to announce that everything’s fine…that I have achieved peace of mind, that things have sequentially fallen in place, and I have wisdom to impart encased.  I’d like to, but I can’t, not quite yet, like a tragic hero from any novel worth reading, we don’t know where this earthly journey leads.  And I’d […]

Return home
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Posted in Bipolar, Poetry on 13 October 2011
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It’s when I’m underwater, that I breach the surface of my soul Unsure if I’ll crash upon the waves of what’s foretold And some say that this life is just a meaningless black hole If that’s the case, then who’ll redress the wounds that make me sore? And I am not a preacher, nor am […]