Though written in a year of tragedy, it feels more fitting to this year.” He be a fool who kills a child Mentally immoral, physically unbound He who does such deserves no life Take a step backwards and another Slowly into the word that is my knife A man such as this has no soul … Continue reading Everlasting Idiot
I don’t know if I want to be with you And your intentions could be good But while my heart saying second chance My mind screaming we’re through, it’s no good Chances like that I don’t believe in Which means people rarely receive one from me It’s not that I’m being selfish But it’s because … Continue reading Why I Can’t Give A Second Chance
I found myself thinking of my guy friends, wanting to talk to them and hear them talk back. Their advice always sans judgment. Wisdom from both their individual experiences and our experiences together. I miss the reign of freedom we had in discussions and the solace provided by their moral support. Somehow I've grown complacent … Continue reading (Not So) Random Obsessive Thought
I was voted "Support Person of the Year" at the school I work at. I've yet to figure out what that means.
If you've seen some of my posts, you know that expressing emotion was and sometimes continues to be difficult for me. Anger is one emotion I had no control over...or shall I say one that I didn't care if I had control over. On top anger, there were a plethora of different emotions that we … Continue reading History Behind “S.O.S.: Save OurSelves”
Though I acknowledge it, the color of your skin has never mattered to me... ...but the fact that you cook WAY more than I do does... ...though not for me...yet... ...hopefully.
“When You’re Not In The Equation” is a poem slathered with confrontation. It’s a conversation that doesn’t want to be had, but happens anyway because it’s confused. I could never understand how he could show affection and love, while at the same time make me question the validity of our relationship. I’ve always been a … Continue reading History Behind “When You’re Not In The Equation”
In lieu of finding out who you were I tossed you to the side I figured I could come back to you Like a math problem I didn’t understand I watched you age from the sidelines You journaled how the isolation made you feel But I never took the time to read your words Instead, … Continue reading Despite All The Things
Tomorrow after work, while I do my pedicure, I was thinking about going through each of my followers posts and pages to check out some of this great content.
"Time After Time" seemed to me as I reread it, even though I know what it was about, self explanatory. I originally wrote it with the thought in mind that I can never seem to move on past something. It was a constant merry go round. You'd make one full loop on rotation, ready for … Continue reading History Behind “Time After Time”