How does it become so easy to slip into a state of ambivalence. Anger and sadness both attempting to inhabit an individual’s mind simultaneously. They dance charismatically, and inject their venom negligently without hesitation as they try to see who’s venom will be portrayed. They become ignorant of the emotional stress it leads on its host.
Panic arises within the individual. The mind—unaware of what sentiment to process—attempts to process both and fabricates a destructive demeanor as its product. Scrutiny of everyday aspects thrives, and the host begins to dip into emotions as numerous ones are produced. It becomes evident that what should be felt isn’t clear, and it’s an overwhelming process.
Multiple other sentiments come to play, and inject their venom. Lunacy begins to manifest due to the exhibition of opposing sensations. A war ravages within the flesh. Anger, sadness, and elation are all executed by large aspects in life as well as minor ones. In a swiftness each sentiment can transform into the other without warning. The overwhelming blanket envelopes the skin, and all that is left is hope that it passes as quickly as it began.