Dialogue With My Medication ( republished for writing essentials )

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'You look so benign scattered in that box".

"Actually, I box you in, daily reminding you how scattered you are"

"I didn't come here to fight, I'm just saying pills just don't seem to have any clout in

their little box"

"Oh, but when you need me: morning, noon, and night, it's a different story. Face it,

I'm omnipotent."

"Potent yes, but you overestimate yourself. You don't determine who I am. You hardly enable me to function some times"

"Don't just look honey. Feel me swimming in your neurons. Without me you'd be nothing…literally".

"True….I'd be dead.   But give me some credit. I despise your control over me and my lack of it over you. And don't you dare forget the catharsis of my insight, writing, and the comfort of my cats."

"Good point. We're both powerful entities so give us equal credit for your well being".

"A tough thing to admit, as my reliance on you is repellant. However, I'll digest my pride

and call it a truce".

"Now open wide and swallow…."

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The truly creative mind in any field is no more than this: A human creature born abnormally, inhumanely sensitive. To them... a touch is a blow, a sound is a noise, a misfortune is a tragedy, a joy is an ecstasy, a friend is a lover, a lover is a god, and

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