Pour down and stream through tightly.
Awkward exchanges, sly glances.
Why do we do this to ourselves?
Crossing in every direction.
Extraction of the pros,
revelling in the cons.
Packed so tight.
Bursting at the seams, ready to unravel.
Piece by piece,
just fall into place
or another’s embrace.
Yet this puzzle is still humoured.
Unto turned on it’s head and it starts again.
Deena Tunstall is a 23-year-old writer with an old soul, originally from the northwest of England but living in Nottingham. Besotted with the idea of interaction between individuals and how one presents themselves to the world. Trying to better her self emotionally and mentally and hoping to help others as well with written monologues, ramblings etc.