Alcohol is a drug that’s arguably gateway, but at least the government lets us abuse it.
Love is a drug I’ve tried once or twice, but I’m building a tolerance and it’s not worth the hangover.
Marijuana is a drug that makes me look like my mother when I stare into the mirror for far too long.
Fear is a drug that makes every single move you make look like you’re reaching for the door.
“Dopamine is a hell of a drug,” said an inexperienced mouth with no brain attached, but
Ignorance is a drug that induces bliss in the abuser.
Heroin is a greedy drug that steals fathers away from children, and
Money is a drug that drives people apart – in its presence and absence alike.
And if you asked me, I’d say we blame people a little too much for substance abuse.
Because it’s everywhere.
It’s how we cope.
It’s here to stay.