voluntary drowning

took on a ultra rush job. met up with the client at midnight, delivery: 6am. still doing changes now at 9:30am. the damn thing doesn’t pay that well either. but i don’t mind. any distraction is good distraction now. i’m on a downward spiral and i got to find a way to stop the slide. to keep my mind off things. off the edge of that abyss.

i’ll gladly take this voluntary drowning. because it takes away this crushing feeling around my chest/heart.

numb me, anaesthesize me. please. eventhough it’s only for awhile…

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