Derealisation

She tumbled out of reality,
To a world with blurred edges
Slow sounds
And no hurt.

She could see mouths moving,
Words forming,
But her ears were deaf to them.

The crushing pain,
So apparent moments ago,
Gone.

She was in the room,
But no longer present,
Locked in the padded cell
Of the safe space
In her mind.

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One Response to Derealisation

  1. jfb57 says:

    Feeling ‘out of the present’ can be a comfort but it can be horrid to suddenly land back there

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