Mania is always relative to the normal rate of intensity of the person being diagnosed with it; therefore, an easily-angered person may exhibit mania by getting even angrier even more quickly, and an intelligent person may adopt seemingly “genius” characteristics and an ability to perform and to articulate thought beyond what they can do in a normal mood. But perhaps the easiest...
This is a song for the genius child. Sing it softly, for the song is wild. Sing it softly as ever you can - Lest the song get out of hand. Nobody loves a genius child. Can you love an eagle, Tame or wild? Can you love an eagle, Wild or tame? Can you love a monster Of frightening name? Nobody loves a genius child. Kill him - and let his soul run wild. Langston Hughes
The Radiant Child ..Harlequin Rose
I fear this time might be the last time for this radiant child she has not yet learned to live so she loves with reckless abandon she takes the broken soul she was given and uses it to make the others whole she tries so hard to fly but her wings are saturated with the sweat of fallen angels she tells them so many lies she sheds so many tears her reflection haunts her for she does not recognize ...
your hero is never coming… save yourself.– speek (via afterthesmoke)
The self-fulfilling prophecy is, in the beginning,...