There is a demon screaming

Deep within my brain

“Let me out, Let me out”

It screams but nothing changed

There is a fear crying out

Deep within my mind

“Let me out please save me”

From this misery – be kind

There is darkness looming

Deep within my being

I’m trapped in isolation

In the prison in my mind

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From the first day I read this poem, I knew I wanted to share it with my readers…. If you analyse it well, you would see it had a deeper meaning.

A lot of us think and argure that we have no control over our mind. Well, I think to a reasonable extent, we may not but I still maintain the fact that we have so much control to either let our minds keep dwelling in the negative or not.

Our mind can either be a curse or a blessing. It all deprnds on how you let it work or control your actions.. When it begins to look like the negative is talking over, we all need to get out of our mind and get into life.

Without realizing it, for most of us, our minds are our prisons… For some, it could be our motivation..

I remember a point in my life when I had a lot going on in my life. My mind was always awake. Judging me, condemning me, evaluating me and constantly getting me depressed. I barely slept at night. It was as if my head was going to explode. I remember telling my mum that I could barely sleep at night and no matter how I tried to keep my mind mute, it didn’t work…. It took a lot of talking to the right people and sharing my problem, and then praying to God, for me to gain back my sanity and sleep….

A lot of people commit suicide, go into depression or run mad as a result of their mind accessing things the wrong way….



The earlier we learn to speak up, the better for us…According to a popular saying “a problem shared is a problem half solved”.

Always find the good in you no matter the situation….. When something goes wrong, accept it. Evaluate it, take correction, forgive yourself and move on.


Always remember…….there is MORE TO LIFE.. 


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  1. Reading through your write up quickly reminds me of how the Bible explains that, as a man thinks in his heart, so is he. Out of the abundance of the heart, the mouth speaks.

    Every event or reality in our life, happens twice, first in our mind and then in the physical. What you feed your thought with is what becomes of you. A good example is that of the goat who regurgitates and chews its chord. The goat only brings forth the meal, it previously ingested. It is not seen that a goat who eats yam or is fed grass would suddenly regurgitate and begin to re-chew fried rice. Far from possible!

    The question however is, what are you feeding your mind with? What kind of life are you exposing yourself to? The answer to this question will become evident in your low moments as your inner thoughts will begin to replay your past life lessons. This then in turn determines your reaction to life situations and the anxiety that comes with it.

    While we may not have control over incidences that happen to us daily, we are in total control of, and responsible for how we react to every incident, good or bad. Our emotion in turn is motivated by the way we have reacted or handled situations. For instance, when you respond to a rude comment nicely, I bet, you feel good later on. Where as, when you react abruptly, chances are, you could feel worse eventually. Hence, causing the mind to dwell on negativity while expanding the depth of the rude comment. 😔

    Moral of my Epistle is that (Ha-ha): You are fearfully and wonderfully made by God, and everyone’s mind is made to be positive. However, what you feed your mind with is what becomes of you.

    The best assessment of the state of your state of mind is your reaction in a time of great challenges. How quick are you to remind yourself to keep calm, this too will pass. Everything will be fine. This is just a phase. Or do you just jump into panic and deep depressing thoughts?

    Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things.
    Philippians 4:8 KJV

    In conlusion, we can agree that the Bible is indeed complete in all aspects. 😊

    Nice one darling, well done and best of luck.

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