Life is too short to wake u with regrets, so love the people who treat u right and leave the ones who dont :)grab a chance to live ur life, ur dreams... if it changes u let it.. nobody said it would be easy to live so, but they promised its worth it!!! :)
This is my journey through my eyes, through my words....
Doctor, I need to confess a secret
Hidden among many layers
Of fake smiles and dry tears
I need to know if I am okay
There are times when the world
Seems to turn upside down
The walls crumble and people intrude
They don’t respect my privacy
Or the fact that I am a recluse
They come closer till I’m suffocated
My mind feels as if its about to burst
How can I stop this?
Criticism, is difficult to digest
Though I am used to being loathed and cursed
For I have known nothing beyond that
I do not wish to blame
But won’t hide the responsibility
Which rests on my family for being so
I can’t remember being loved or adored at home
But when the same dislike
Comes from an outside
It tears my heart apart
And wrecks my concentration
Not only do my eyes drown in tears of self-pity
But the nerves stop functioning as well
My hands freeze and drop things
I cannot co-ordinate myself
The feeling of crumbling becomes real
Too real, I’m afraid
How can I stop this?
The poison of guilt flows through me
A guilt devoid of reason
Maybe of the failure tattooed on my fate
Or maybe because life seems like a drag
And everyday is a new torture
I desperately hold on to the things that keep me alive
And yet, the worth of myself remains invisible
I am scared to look over the past
And ponder on my doings
"Love is..." is a famous comic strip created by New Zealand artist Kim Grove in the late 1960s. Later they were produced by Stefano Casali. These ubber cute series began as a series of little love notes that Kim Grove drew for her future husband, Roberto Casali. Kim Casali died in June 1997. Since then, her son Stefano Casali has maintained the strip although it is always shown as "by Kim Casali" and signed "Kim" instead of Stefano.
I'm reading a very inspirational book called "The key strategies that can make anyone a successful leader" by Zohra Sarwari, it is a collection of wonderful stories and poems and has chapters written by motivational and experienced writers. There is a beautiful story in here which I really want to share with all of you. We can all learn a lesson from this story. So here's what I'm going to do: I'm going to type up the whole thing (even the moral at the end) so you guys and gals can read it. Here goes:
The Emperor's Seed - Anonymous
An Emperor in the Far East was growing old and knew it was time to choose his successor. Instead of choosing one of his assistants or his children, he decided to do something different. He called young people in the kingdom together one day. He said, "It is time for me to step down and choose the next emperor. I have decided to choose one of you." The kids were shocked! But the Emperor continued. "I …
Well, you don't know how much you mean to me,I said goodbye, I left you there to cry. Well, you don't know how much I miss you so, But now it's done, now I'm the lonely one. You heard me say upon that rainy day, Please set me free 'cos I don't want to know!" Well, you don't know how much you mean to me,I said goodbye, I left you there to cry.
I Told the sun, not to shine and stay away.
I Told the lake, to go dry and wash away.
Am I wrong, am I strong to walk away?
do I know there are no words to say?
Anyway, am I yours, am I mine?
Do I know there are no words?
I am the only princess, I'm indestructible.
I am winged victory, I am so breakable.
I am the distant planet, I am the golden sun.
I am the broken pieces, I am the lonely one.
Asked the sky, to fall down on you.
Asked the night, to be solid proof.
Am I good, am I bad, or the same?
Am I bad, am I worse to stay away?
Is there anything else left to say,
Are there really any words?