Drip.

Drip.

Drip.

Drip.

The sound is trivial; insignificant. However, as I’m surrounded by this defeaning silence, it is all I know. The gentle noise fills my ears; a cacophony that doesn’t go away.

Drip.

Drip.

Drip.

I’m cracking my knuckles; wringing the corner of my flimsy dress. Tapping a foot on the floor, shaking my head rigorously.

Drip.

I’m banging on the walls; screaming in agony.

Drip.

My eyes dart around wildly; hands claw away at emptiness.

Drip.

Suddenly, I’m sinking.

Drip.
Drip.
Drip.

I’m fading away.

Drip.
Drip.
Drip.

I’m fading away into nothingness.

            fin.

I wrote this a while back, and came across it when I was reading through old notes in my phone. And I remember I was asked to post it on here by my critics (aka the besties). And if you thought it sucked, blame them for letting me believe otherwise.

If you didn’t get it, it’s supposed to be a metaphorical piece. The dripping of that something is a metaphor for her dwindling sanity. So basically, with every drop washing away, she’s going insane.

Really makes you wonder about what kind of shit goes on in my mind, no?

I know I said no posts till the exams are over, but I couldn’t resist! I’m on the fourth chapter, there are eight in total. This is Saturday night, and my physics exam’s on Wednesday.

HELP.

Love,
Sky who’s frantic af, xoxo.

P.S.: How cool am I for making my own featured images?

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91 thoughts on “Drip.

  1. The illustration that you put forth was self explanatory.
    There is this intricate depth in the words, these simple words, but the weight it holds is out of the world, huge, per say.

    All the best for the Physics exam. 🙂
    I hope the exam is not about finding the latency or buoyancy of the liquid ‘drip’ping. Ok, I was kidding.

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      1. Studied. Phew. That was one hurdle.
        Yes. Didn’t get half (all) of the stuff. This theory, that formula and the numerical problems, as if Mathematics wasn’t enough. 😦

        And if (un)lucky, I might again, in the future. -.-

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      2. I got out of college, thankfully, Alive. 😛
        Seriously, I have never used one , or any, till date.

        Yeah, I understand.

        Umm, am I disturbing your physics preparation, by any chance? I wouldn’t wanna do that.

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      3. So lucky! What did you study there?
        I don’t know when I’ll need it. I mean, I want to study neuroscience.
        Not really. I’m having lunch, so, break time.

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      4. Actually, my future depends on it. 😐
        If I’m ever going to get into a good college, I need good grades in school along with a good score in the SATs (I plan to study in the USA).
        So yeah.
        Not looking forward to it at all. 😜😂😭

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      5. I know that. So how can you expect non Italian pizzas?
        Now, if you want pizza from Italy, like made in Italy, you’ll have to go there.
        I don’t live in Italy, so. (If I did, I would probably an obese person from the amount of pizza I ate).
        If you do leave for Italy, do tell me. I’d love to tag along! 😜

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      6. You never know how people make something their own. Japanese pizza might be served with chopsticks for all I know or not know. 😐😝

        You made a valid point. So, how are you getting me a pizza ? Taking me to Italy? That’s so nice of you. 😝😂 Thank you very much.

        And if I do, I’ll definitely tell you. 👍

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