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For days the drain
Gargles dryly
Only air,
Puffs of wind
(Broken and otherwise)
From my frantic
Toilet trips
Waft over to the
Unused maw—
Morgue howls
Echoing dead
Memories of taking
Oily runoff
From midweek
Cutlet consumption,
Swallowing squat-
Derived sweat,
My elderly cells—

The drain dreams
In the shower,
Awakes with the rusty
Skid of the curtain
Cackling over,
Revealing a form
Patched with shadow,
Smushed thighs,
Schnoz frosted
With frozen hikers
Miles from the summit,
Zombie murmurs
Of “Yellow Ledbetter”.

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For after those long study sessions;

Camomile or fruit teas. They are wonderful relaxants and go great with some honey! Rooibos tea with almond milk and honey is my personal favourite.

Healthier teas;

Nettle tea, Macha tea, green tea- anything herbal, really- they’re great for the summer and when you want your body to feel that little bit more pure.

For all nighters;

If you’re not a coffee person, tea can give you a little boost instead. Black/ white or green teas are great for this, go on and study through the night, friend! (make sure to get some rest eventually, though)

Willdean summery teas:

Iced fruit teas, hot white tea ( more of a lady windermere vibe but a great cool down) peach tea or barely/hibiscus. They’re incredibly refreshing and are inordinately aethstetic.

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okay but why are online classes kicking my ass way more than physical ones? im genuinely confused. I don’t have to travel, carry any heavy ass bookbags, make sure my bottle is filled, make 5 million trips to the library, scavenge for food or climb 86 thousand flights of stairs. why am i literally struggling right now. i was just given an assignment from my favourite class since i started this university mess and i would rather Die™ than even begin to think about starting it

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When something bothered me, I didn’t talk with anyone about it. I thought it over all by myself, came to a conclusion, and took action alone. Not that I really felt lonely. I thought that’s just the way things are. Human beings, in the final analysis, have to survive on their own.

— Haruki Murakami

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