Tag Archives: Thoughts

Whose Book Is This?

Step off the page of another person’s book This already written page is not mine It’s not my handwriting, not my story There is nowhere for me to put my character Jump! Into a blank canvas, a new fresh page … Continue reading

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Bitter Chocolate

It’s not the chocolate’s fault it’s so bitter, It’s my fault for biting it. It’s not the fire’s fault for burning me, It’s my fault for touching it. It’s not the water’s fault for being so scolding, It’s my fault … Continue reading

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Don’t Forget To Think About It

“I’m okay as long as I don’t think about it.” “But that doesn’t mean you should ignore it.” * This was a wonderful exchange I had with my brother. I was feeling stressed about something but concluded I was fine … Continue reading

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Glass Swan

A glass swan proudly sits next to a burning fire. Intense, raging flames… they scorch like nothing else. The swan stays to enjoy the warmth And the comforting sounds of crackling embers Ignoring the burns on its side Ignoring the … Continue reading

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She Bought A Dress. It Made Her Happy.

Materialistic Is not a word to describe her For she is anything but Money Is never on her mind Better spent on people Other than herself Second guessing purchases Is completely natural Is it necessary? Worthwhile? Rarely Will she buy … Continue reading

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Beautiful Night Sky

Beautiful night sky So loved by everyone Sharing its many stars which have glistened into many hearts For it seems There is almost no one who hasn’t been touched By the beautiful night sky And she Who adores stars the … Continue reading

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Celebrating Extroverts!

In the past, I think many of us introverts can agree that we were very easily misunderstood. The world’s ideal was that of the extroverted, outgoing personality. Introverts are associated with words such as “quiet” and “reserved” which – for … Continue reading

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