to whom it may concern,
you're tough enough. and not just because for some extraordinary reason you're still managing to hang on by a thread.
you see, perfect endings aren't for everyone, but who's to say imperfect endings can't still end happy? your stars may not align, but as they whiz past each other, are they not just as bright? i believe some call those shooting stars.
you're tough enough, and honestly? i don't really think you need a reason to believe otherwise.
p.s. call me a psychic, but wait a little while longer and you'll eventually find what you're looking for.
today i made an escape.
an escape far far away.
not once did i look back
because i didn't want to stay.
but something creeps behind me
something fearfully blue.
the further i ran, the bigger it grew.
its familiar, sad to say,
but i guess its really true
that you can't run away
from that something big and blue.
she fell in love
with a perfect frame.
adored by all till
a monster she became.
broken and cursed,
once a beautiful allure.
head hissing with serpents,
a princess no more.
she shouldn’t have
let her heart decide.
from a foolish desire
came a gruesome bride.
look straight in her eyes
and then you’ll see
her longing and grief
what if everyone just opened their eyes a little wider?
just a little, and take a look around at the world before you.
the sky, a blanket that drapes over the cosmos,
shielding us from the void that lies behind.
the sea, a lullaby
whose allure masks a hidden terror within.
the land, our home. familiar yet mysterious,
offering an unceasing adventure of exploration.
doesn't the endlessness of the universe amaze you? an eternal space of nothingness that wraps around our celestial body, comforting yet deeply unsettling.
the world seems to sit in our hands; you'd think it's rightfully ours. yet we belong to the universe, this planet but an inconsequential sphere orbiting in the vastness.
when you look into at the stars, you see only but a few speckles of light; nothing more, nothing less. but stars are suns too, glimmering trillions of miles away, bigger and brighter than we'll ever know them.
open your eyes.
what do you see?