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In My Brain




In My Brain

The Storm in my Brain Kids and Mood Disorders (Bipolar Disorder and Depression) 2 What is a mood disorder? Everyone feels sad, excited or angry sometimes. When kids feel too good, too mad, or too sad, they might have a mood disorder. A mood disorder is an illness of the brain.

Emily Dickinson wrote "I felt a Funeral, in my Brain" in , the beginning of what is regarded as her most creative period. The poem employs Dickinson's characteristic use of metaphor and rather experimental form to explore themes of madness, despair, and the irrational nature of the universe. Dickinson depicts an unnerving series of events based around a "funeral" that unfolds within the.

You’re Reading “I Have A Computer in my Brain” Novel at The war between humans and demons over the scope of their domains by Skynet’s control still continues. During a meteorite disaster five years ago, a piece of rusty iron pierced into Lin Yun’s brain.

 · The poem by Emily Dickinson circa beginning "I felt a Funeral, in my Brain" explores several subjects contained within an extended metaphor of a funeral service. This metaphor is evident in the word Funeral, Mourners, Service, Box (containing the body), Soul, Heavens, Bell (rung to signal the passing).

on the/(one's) brain Occupying one's sole or most prominent attention or interest; forming an obsession or preoccupation for one. Tom's just got football on the brain—he's not really interested in anything else. The history of this town has been on my brain ever since high school, so I'm delighted to finally have a creative outlet to explore those.


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3 thoughts on “In My Brain”

  1. Occupying one's sole or most prominent attention or interest; forming an obsession or preoccupation for one. Tom's just got football on the brain—he's not really interested in anything else.

  2. I felt a Funeral, in my Brain, () By Emily Dickinson. I felt a Funeral, in my Brain, And Mourners to and fro. Kept treading - treading - till it seemed. That Sense was breaking through - And when they all were seated, A Service, like a Drum - Kept beating - beating - till I thought.

  3. It may mean your ego too. With this assumption let me try to answer you. As a living creature, it is thoughts about yourself would take primacy over everything else. Remember without “I” there won't be “You” or “Others”. So “I” is every where in your brain.

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