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Ice

Angela Crabtree 1982 (maine)




Ice

Sitting here with ice flowing throw my veins. I wonder what I am doing here.
 Thoughts of uncertainty soaring through my brain. Questions of innocence running down.
 You tend to see things in a different perspective when you're high.
 Maybe it's just that you see things that weren't there before.
 Your mind becomes open to the thoughts of uncertainty. You can see the truth behind the doors. The smoke fills your lungs as you take another hit. Let it consume your body and take over. Your minds so free to what's around you. The pressure building inside you wants to explode through you.
 Anxiety rising as the body relaxes.
 You wonder what's going on inside.
 Sitting here with ice running through your veins

 ©By: Angela M. (Holmes) Crabtree
 Jan. 24, 2010
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Angela Crabtree

Angela Crabtree is a recovering drug addict who spent time in prison, institutions and even tried committing suicide at a young age. She started writing in 1996 using her life experiences as inspiration. She has the ability to draw you into whatever feeling she was feeling at the moment. more…

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