I no longer consider myself to be an insomniac, no, I am but an Early Riser. 2 hours sleep seems to be all that my frazzled brain will allow me. I decided to document what I could remember in those few seconds between dreamscape and landscape. Here is the result of one of the oddest.
The Brain In Free Fall
Why am I in a Tin?
You're in a Cubicle, you're not in a Tin.
I'm in a Tin, I told you to take me to a hot dirty beach and you've put me in a Tin.
I had to bring you here, you're a badly torn girl and you need stitched.
I may be badly torn but I need a hot dirty beach.
I leave the Dear Reader to decide what fate should befall me. Asylum or Straight Jacket?
It speeds up, slows down, turns upon itself, flies off at a tangent and can never be rewound. When that fatal wrong word is uttered, wrong decision made, wrong road travelled, from one breath to the next is all it takes for the sky to fall.
It may be because I was born in October but for some reason I feel alive when the wind blows. Not any gentle breeze but gales and gusts and mighty shouts of wind.
Just today, in between showers, I wrestled my comfy, stuffed to overflowing garden chair out of the shed, put on my thickest fleece and curled up with a good book for hours.
It does not seem odd to me and the comfort I get from the the wind on my face is like no other feeling, he is a friend, just letting me know he's hanging around.