There’s something in your smile A twinkle in your eyes These traits could glow for a thousand miles making life worthwhile. With you I am not afraid, no longer wearing a mask I have become everything surrounding brave. You wrap me up in your arms and tell me life is supposed to be a rave…
Opinions and thoughts on the impact our own families and friends have on our daily lives.
Featured Photo Credit and Copyright to Yana Weir 2018 – 1 – Broken Damaged Bruised all adjectives describing who I was before you Afraid Alone Confused I didn’t know what I was missing until it was you I was kissing pulling me in first with your words of reassurance promising with actions and care that…
– “I’m not happy yet,” I told him, shoving my hands into the pockets of my distressed jeans. He didn’t know what to say, so I kept on talking. The words I spoke shot out of my mouth like bullets from a riffle, echoing in the back of my mind. “I thought that moving away…
I’m kind of like a spilled water stain on your sketchbook and I’ve bled all the ink through each page you can’t erase the chaos it’s permanently ruined your masterpiece
We’re constantly in denial of time…aren’t we?
Similar to A Poetry Series 1.0, this mini series will have you in the feels within reading 2 words. Dive in.
“Alone Is Not Lonely” Focuses on the difference between the two state of being’s that can greatly affect one’s confidence. Take a peek!
It’s not easy to let go of someone or something that was once a vital part of your life and future. Oh, did you catch that? I said once, not now. Read on. Get thinking.
The Power of Vulnerability is a quick and deep thinking up and down whirlwind of questions…go on, dive in.
Let’s talk about facing the unknown and diving into the unfamiliar.
It’s summer and I’m being cheesy and totally comparing life to the ocean. Think you get it? Bet. Read.