Galaxy Brain: A Poem

Serenity a mysterycalm a desirewhich holds meaningin the minds of thosewho exist in singularlinemoving with grace ona linear bridgebetween ideasconceptsplans I hold them close like gemsas though their skillstransmitbyosmosisinto a mind which cannotrealise timein it’sincomprehensibledesignmoving to a placein a futurewhichlike a circleexists outsideof thereeverywhereallatonceor never at all My mind twists stringsFrom forgotten thingswhich constructpatternsclueslike footstepsContinue reading “Galaxy Brain: A Poem”

Cerebral Noise

I wrote this poem last night after thinking deeply about a world where people with ADHD are free to be true to themselves and don’t have to mask – the last stanza shows this! I hope you enjoy my positivity regarding ADHD – I really am passionate about helping people! Ideas flood my sensesdestroying logicContinue reading “Cerebral Noise”

A Different Realm

I wrote this a few days ago in fifteen minutes of hyper-focused creativity. I really hope you enjoy it! I am always attempting to show the intricacies of our galaxy minds! The ribbons weave inside my mindCascading waterfalls of ideasFlowing like streams of possibilitiesswiftly past the jagged rocksof vicious uncertainly My mind concocts a daydreamasContinue reading “A Different Realm”

Distraction Poem

Let me be me The cat and I are having a staring contest but something bleeps in my subconscious and that endslike itbeganquicklywithout warning My brain drives me madI understand itbutothersthinkI’mjustwalking with an undiscovered species on my own veryvibrantplanet Ideas launch from the rocket-pad of my mind and grow in a meadow of creativity whereContinue reading “Distraction Poem”

Look, This Is Me: A Poem About ADHD

Look, This Is Me! My mind’s like a rainbowIts colours are fizzyWith pools of ideasThe desire to get busy It never stops huntingFor patterns and signsThe myriad meaningsOf words between lines It runs on a mixOf distraction and poiseA hubbub of silenceFrom cerebral noise The music’s turned upTo blot out the distractionAnd hold onto peaceInContinue reading “Look, This Is Me: A Poem About ADHD”