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"I've breathed them in, and I need to breathe them out again and rearrange them to make something beautiful."
I'm especially keen on the use of the word 'need' here - it is a sort of yearning.
I think the frenetic nature of my thoughts and how they sort of spill out onto a page when I sit down to write and how much it calms me down, even if I'm writing about something unrelated to me. I think everyone gets this, but it was really well described in your use of the phrase 'so fast that they're just a blur across my mind' - you're acutely aware of their intricacies etc but at the same time there's so much to explore in them yet they just seem to blur past.
I love the use of structure, with your introductory lines and last line being short and simple but split by this long, somewhat frenzied paragraph in the middle - it really effectively shows the intensity of your feeling.
However, you may want to change the word 'suffocate' given that the rest of the piece contradicts this.
Overall, this is a lovely piece - well done!