poem The Value of Sleep By Cara Thereon on Sunday, April 13, 2014 Restless turning Twisted sheets Shallow dreams Choppy breathing Chatty tongue Babble, babble Dawn breaks Groggy recollections Body aches Dragging frame Unpaid debt Adding up, adding up Share this:TwitterFacebookRedditTumblrPocketLike this:Like Loading... poetry month sleep 5 Previous Post Next Post Related Posts poem Slippery poem Bruise Photos poem writing Slender neck
Oh honey, you have a lot on your mind. I had terrible insomnia for over 3 years. I only got at the very most 4 hours of sleep a night, most nights only 2-3, and on a very rare occassion maybe 6. It took a terrible toll on my body, mind, soul, emotions, and family. Do everything in your power to find a way to sleep. Sleep deficits can never be made up. Lecture over. *hugs* xoxox
I’ve had issues with my sleep for years. It’s usually because I’m anxious. I’ll have periods where I’ll get very little sleep for long stretches or not sleep at all. Working nights doesn’t help. I’ll get it sorted.
Sending you good thoughts. I know how it feels. (((more hugs)))