This is very interesting the fact that he left out the word you. It means more, it makes the poem more powerful due to the intimacy, like a note between two lovers alone. What do you think? Photo: Christopher Poindexter Insta
This sums up my decade, falling and falling, then soaring into the sky. Rising from the ashes a Phoenix. I’m so proud of the woman I’ve become, got rid of toxic people and will be entering the decade clearing more out of my timeline. Are you falling or flying?
Who makes you feel this way? I have drowned many men, waiting for the one who can swim. Even if you fail you can say you tried, tell the person you love how you feel.
“Humbling women seems to be a chief pastime of poets. As if there can be no story unless we crawl and weep.” -Circe
Crying can detoxify you of negative emotions. If you feel like crying, cry. We are all human. There is no shame. When’s the last time you cried? Why? Did you feel better after?
What worries you today? Whatever it is think of all the times you’ve worried before, you survived, you’re still here, alive. You thrived. This too will be solved.
Via Auburette. What does this mean to you? Can ones feeling surge and heart remain calm? I think it means fully embrace the feeling, but take it slow.
All it takes is for you to believe. It takes the same effort of belief to place into fear or faith. Where do you put your energy?
Think of all the people who’ve passed away, you still love them don’t you? That bond of love is unbreakable, the only thing to survive death.
R.M Drake is typically cynical.
Stop martyring your happiness for other people, people who take and never give. Fill the void you’re using validation to close, by loving yourself. Then you will attract someone who actually cares for you the right way. Givers attract takers. Are you giving away your laughter?