Bearable, Transformation

Spring: a time for renewal. A chance to turn over a new leaf. This freedom is invigorating with a perverted insistence on some sort growth. The expansion alone rips my walls down one by one. It is not in the death of the things I am letting go of that makes life raw,but the rather the creation of who I would like to become. The old is replaced with a vibrant opportunity for the future. It is of sheer terror that I admit my fear of change. I can’t tell if my brokenness draws you in or I gravitate toward you. It’s a matter of blurred boundaries, but your aura is enticing. I too, shall bloom.

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  1. So well worded.

    (Side note: I could not find a Contact form on your page, so I’m leaving this here. Do you know that your comment sections on your older posts are closed? (By old, I mean from the first half of March, so not old at all.) If that is intentional, that is quite alright, but I find that many people are unaware of this. I like to keep my comments open so that new visitors can always leave a comment no matter how old the post.)

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  2. This.. Madam..Bowled me over… “I can’t tell if my brokenness draws you in or I gravitate toward you. It’s a matter of blurred boundaries, but your aura is enticing. I too, shall bloom.” Wow!

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      1. True! I had a handful of teachers ask me why I don’t pursue it and it was because in school writing papers for the teachers was dreadful. Now that I can be free without restrictions I enjoy it!

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      2. Haha exactly! I did copy writing for a while too but then I left coz I began to notice that it had begun changing the way I write. I couldn’t risk that! Lol commercial writing is different from creative writing. It’s like a lyricist becoming a jingle writer for the money. Not that I think it’s wrong but y’know.. It’s about the craft not the money. 🙂

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  3. The strength of facing change for who you envision yourself to be rather than that you think others want you to be. For me the latter is always wrong and unnatural. Spring, nature’s way of reminding us that we are connected to a universe that is always for the better when we trust what feels natural. Happy Spring to you!

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