anxiety · poetry · prose

Take it in turns

Thursday, January 3, 2019. Daily Brit Wit. Take it in turns:  Phrase, British  Compare with American phrase take turns. (Of two or more people) do something alternately or in succession. "Depression lingers in my eyes eclipsing summer green to winter grey bokeh sitting at the edge of my vision, takes my mind hostage and nothing is… Continue reading Take it in turns

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anxiety · poetry · prose

Be bricking oneself

Tuesday, December 18, 2018. Daily Brit Wit. Be bricking oneself:  Verb, with object, British vulgar slang Be extremely nervous or worried.   "I have lost the will to write train of thought ran off the tracks disastrous paint splatters lining the way in red and black-- who am I? I cannot find the will to write… Continue reading Be bricking oneself

anxiety · poetry · prose

Anorak

Tuesday, December 11, 2018. Daily Brit Wit. Anorak:  Noun, British informal, derogatory A studious or obsessive person with unfashionable and largely solitary interests.   "I dance with fear breathlessly anxiety and joy warring sanctimoniously as ice burrows within my spine conveying all this knowledge I struggle to understand enough if I can be anything more than… Continue reading Anorak