Aches of Another’s Rage

The helter skelter of others’ sweltering moods discolor our temperament from time to time.

It’s like catching someone’s negativity as if it’s a nasty cold—

our sanguinity suffering sniffles, unable to shake the aches of another’s rage.

Low-grade fever and chills inherited from indifference.

Combative body language invoking unusual drowsiness or lack of appetite.

Political aggressions and conspiratorial digressions causing congestion.

Ears aching from moody blues singing nights in blight satan.

My condolences if your disposition has ever suffered swollen lymph nodes due to another’s distemper.

Illnesses like these are not always easy to shake.

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