It’s all heavy breathing.
Always “looking” over your shoulder.
You can tell, when someone has and attack.
You can see it in their eyes, all panic and stress.
All you can do is hope you don’t have one.
If someone does have one then you can only pray your not there.
You can take medication and stay calm.
But sooner or later the stress and worries catch up to you.
All you can hope and pray is that someone is there for you.
To help you through it and to calm you down.
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