Millions of thoughts cloud my brain

Sometimes I find myself staring
Staring at the void
Staring at nothing in particular
As millions of thoughts cloud my brain
To an extent I can’t comprehend.
 
Emotions pushing through me
And I just stay there staring
Not knowing what I am feeling
Insane voices echoing.
 
Sometimes I feel the pain,
Sometimes I feel the void,
Sometimes I feel my heart shrivelled,
Sometimes I feel cold as ice.
I often find myself questioning
From where is it all coming?

But I get no answer
And I just keep staring at the void
As millions of thoughts cloud my mind
To an extent I can’t even comprehend.

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40 thoughts on “Millions of thoughts cloud my brain

  1. Brad Osborne says:

    Shreya, I am simply amazed at how your poetry has grown since I started following your blog. Your writing is colorful and evocative. The emotions and feelings you share are so easily accessible to the reader and there is a genuine quality that makes it feel like we are reading a private diary. Your willingness to explore unique perspectives, along with your lyrical forming of the poems, always leads somewhere interesting and beautiful! Keep being you and keep writing! ❤❣❤❣😘

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    1. WildHeart says:

      Brad, the comments you leave always brings a wide grin on my face. Some days, I don’t even know how do I respond cause just a ‘Thank you’ would be too less. And I rarely know what more to say. You’ve been such an amazing support, always motivating me to keep writing. I’m so grateful to have known you. Loads of love to you. ❤️❤️❤️❣️❣️❣️😘😘😘

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      1. Brad Osborne says:

        “Thank you” is more than is even needed. You should not feel compelled to write any response. I offer my words because I know that by writing and putting yourself out there, no writer is promised to be noticed, liked, or even appreciated. I do not want you to ever think that your writing is not valued, and in a small way, I want to help you to become the best writer you can be. Every word you write and share here is all the thanks I need. Love you, little one! ❤❣😘🥰🤗💕💖

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      2. WildHeart says:

        I don’t compelled to write a response. Your sweet words send me into waves of euphoria, and I just want to explain it to you. But I don’t know how to do that, most of the times. 🙈😍😍💖💖💖❤️❤️❤️❤️

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  2. firewordsblog says:

    Sometimes as a writer we are in transition. We want to write, but we need to animate the story that is emerging but not 100% clear and to transform it into a living piece. It can be like waiting outside a cave of creativity and wondering whether it is safe to enter, filled with anticipation and even fear. That is what strikes me about the tone of your work here. There are some fun ways to enter that “creative place” if ever you might be interested in trying.

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  3. Anushk@ says:

    This staring in void is so common to me in these days ….

    And the feeling of emptiness…for no reason…
    Beautifully written Shreya❤️
    You again 💕💕left me speechless..
    Lots of love ..🤗❣️

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