What Am I?

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These are the struggling thoughts I have every single day and I wish I could have answers, but it isn't that simple. What you are about to read is what goes on in my head every day and- if you can give me some type of explanation then I would really appreciate it. My mind really is a mess.

Submitted: June 12, 2015

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When I attended school, I always felt out of place. I felt like I was more smarter? Like I belonged in a high class, I was a Sophomore and I felt like I was already ready to be a Senior- my teacher told me I was intelligent and I was a great writer. The students in my own grade level seemed immature than me, I have had people tell me that I act too mature for my age and that I need to "loosen up".  Also, when I express hatred or anger- it usually comes from a place of intellectual frustrastion- and the belief that the world should make sense...there is nothing worse than people and things that waste my time and rational energy. I believe I am remarkably smart, but more than that I am adapt at analyzing and understanding situations and people. More than anything I am concerned with understanding the world around me and grasping its ideas and functions. Maybe I am just too smart for this generation, I don't think a sixteen year old should be thinking this- maybe I had to grow up really fast for some type of reason, maybe a mental illness has caused this, I don't have any answers and I sure wish I did. All I know is I feel like no one will understand me, not even a physchiatrist- do I even need one? I have no idea what is wrong with me. Its just...ignorance pisses me off to the point where all I can see is red and I do have a tendency to get irritated rather quickly by the ignorant- I just have no patience in dealing with morons. Perhaps I'll find an answer or answers as I grow within time, hopefully- thank you for taking the time to read this.

Sincerely, the sixteen year old with a struggling mind.
 


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