Never ending days

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You open your eyes in the morning as the sun shines through
You Take a deep breath, and you feel the toxicity, anger has been forced into your body
You see the same walls you have never left, you walk down the never ending stairs
Your family is in the same room they are always in, As they feed off of the energy of the atmosphere they become raged with anger as with you
Feeling the constant closed in walls, your own home becomes a jail cell
Fights break out with the wrong breath, even the slightest sigh can influence an argument
Night hits before you know it and darkness leads to never ending thoughts, thinking ways you never have before
The warm beads of water begin to roll down your cheek, you then lower your eyes as the sun shines through.

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