Your Epidermis is Showing

10 Mar

Someone said that to me in the 6th grade. No clue what he was talking about (I wasn’t well versed on such things just yet). In fact, I innocently asked him just what he was talking about. While he commenced with endless laughter, the anger I felt was pretty acute. Not angry with him, though, but infuriated with myself. I do that often. Because if I turn the anger toward others, bad things happen, grudges are held quite tightly, and I wake up in the middle of the night with hardcore chest pains. (In the sixth grade, of course, I was just angry that the fool got me again. See the sideburns story. Same guy.)

My point for the above-mentioned diatribe? None, really. I’m in a cross mood this cloudy day, and felt like discussing my issues with anger and all of that. I have no real reason to be angry. Just am. Sigh.

Homeward bound, I wish I were, homeward bound…


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