you tell them to worry less, you ask them to not stop believing, you just keep on making them feel good, you try to hold them together, you try to not let them fall apart, you give them so much to not give up on, then you treat yourself bad, you fail to face your feelings, you keep running, you keep pushing away, you want them to give it back, but you don't open the door, you keep the door to your heart shut, you don't trust yourself, and you want to be trusted, you treat yourself bad, and as negative as you can, you want a miracle to happen, you want to change things, but, oh you left your heart's door closed.
Remaining sane is a task. My father tested positive for COVID-19 2 days back with barely any symptom, my whole family has been waiting for the team of doctors to come and conduct test, we have a 71 year old with us and we are all afraid and still trying to keep calm. Mental health is so important right now, just can't stress on it enough. Take care people. Talk to people, even if you are the one who have to initiate, we are all "modern loners" who want someone and are also the one who don't want to initiate.
Side note: Please DO NOT tag and re-tag WN and/or Mirakee multiple times in comment sections in an attempt to garner a repost or a POD. If someone has already done it once, then don't do it again, as this constitutes harassment. A better alternative is to use their hashtags in the caption area of the post, as I've done below.
People have this nihilistic tendency to automatically think that they've failed at something; but you know what? Isn't it possible that you just weren't done yet? Or how about the fact that if you've put your all into it, and gave it everything you've got, you should be proud of your efforts instead of condemning yourself as a failure? Besides, it ain't over 'til it's over, know what I mean? Now get back out there, will ya? You've got people to prove wrong and you've got yourself to prove right. Get at it, and Godspeed! Blessings, Carolyn
*All words herein are the sole copyright of myself, Carolyn Glackin.
Write an acrostic poem on your favourite month. An acrostic poem is one where the first letters of the lines spell out a word if you read them vertically. For example: SEPTEMBER Summer ceases to an end Engulfed are the reds by the blues Peculiar shades of the sky Translucent greys reflecting pain Embracing the tears of a writer Melancholy falls from the trees Burying itself in the memory yards Elegantly deep within the soul Radiating poetries