A Story of Schizophrenia


In the past I have heard voices
So clear you could swear it was a real person
Beliefs that are questionable
And arguably real
Psychosis full of anger and rage
Family affected by my grief
Empathy for the world
And it’s suffering
Actions I have taken
Possibly the cause
Or is it just in the blood
No one can tell me
I will not find the answer
So much unknown
I question reality all the time


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