Pain In Vain
Pain In Vain1 min 140 1 min 140
All of a sudden, it attacks;
Obviously, unpredictable that severely
Makes me uncomfortable
When I take a head bath,
I can see a hell of a night.
I just feel my head
Is tilting tighter like
Someone is opening a tap
The water rushing in force,
Where my brain starts to pulsate
At a high speed,
Triggers always ready to attack
I am the one afraid to step back;
The sounds of vehicles on the road, tick-tick clock, the ceiling fan & the droplets in the sink, might be the leakage problem;
Sensing everything around,
Then the remaining:
The focusing lights, odd smells, delicious sweets, mouth watering-desserts that are to be restricted;
The one thing called stress out of excess work.
If by chance, I bend my head for something,
There the real game begins;
This seems someone is monitoring my mind,
Taking over my thoughts.
Though it is not an overall possession,
One side of the head is its a limited zone
Beating my head with a hammer or fixing nails.
It is easier for exaggeration but the truth
Is unnoticed all the time.
The worst phase of experience is "migraine".