Tag Archives: Dissociative identity disorder

Multitudes

‘I am large, I contain multitudes’ Walt Whitman The concept of the singular Is foreign to you Your personalities are so multiple You hardly knew The impact of your lack Of linearity The way the others round you yearned For … Continue reading

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We Can’t Tell – For Prompt 26 What Can Change The Nature Of a Man?

WARNING:  This is a particularly dark poem about trauma based mind control. 1) Split mind dislocated by trauma Visceral pain and vast Encompassing humiliation Add to this a scintilla Of doubt and distraction Mix the recipe lightly With dissociation Torture … Continue reading

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Dissociation

Spinning circles Crowd my mind In this maze As paths unwind Coloured masks To hide the faces Strange identities Leave no traces Shattered dreams Nightmare view Can’t see where We’re going to Rough cut image Barely seen Can’t remember Where … Continue reading

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