Joshua Aaron Guillory

Insane Or Insanity, What Does It Really Mean? - Poem by Joshua Aaron Guillory

Insane comes from the word ''in'' and ''sane'' which means ''health, healthy, correct, pure or soundness of mind.'' So someone who is considered insane can actually be sane or clean or pure or healthy on the inside. If I'm insane, that means I'm pure or healthy on the inside and crazy to crazy or sick people on the outside. Because ''in'' in the word ''insane'' can also mean ''not.'' People outside of me may think I'm crazy or sick but it's really because they're crazy or sick but don't realize it. And if they do realize they're crazy, what does that mean? I'm dealing with some craziness. ha-ha!

Topic(s) of this poem: crazy, health, insanity, mental illness, mind, philosophical , philosophy, psychological, psychology

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, January 16, 2018

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