Nothing Material - Poem by Tori Alana
I feel numb now
Not a small numb, like the numb dentists give your mouth
not the nothingness you feel when when falling from the sky,
not the numb disbelief when you watch someone die.
No, the numbness
I feel happens when you
empty your mind of all emotion.
In a crowded room,
or when your mad as hell.
When you are in a bad mood,
and no one will leave
That is the nothingness
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