i’m a perfectionist.i control things because it’s the only thing i have real power over — i fluff the pillows before and after i sit on the couchi refold my blanket at least ten times a dayi sweep the entire floor every time i see a single piece of dirti move the perfume bottle oneContinue reading “perfect”
in-betweens sound a lot better than gray areas.when we talk of in-betweens, you get this idea of the little things, the quiet.the things that go unnoticed and we tend to look beyond.i like this kind. but when it comes to gray areas,it’s the kind of in-between, where you don’t know where you’re going.you’re in thisContinue reading “in-betweens & gray areas”
to the baby,who was born out of the strength of her motherwho was held and wrapped with lovewho saw the sky for the first time to the child,who felt and fell on the ground before ever rising from itwho looked at the world with big eyeswho spoke of things she read from books to theContinue reading “for you”
have a drink of your favorite beverage.read a page, a chapter, a book, or two.look up and thank your god for being able to breathe today.then close your eyes, take deep slow breaths, rest under your blanket,and allow yourself to sleep. you did what you can today.
if miles and miles are what it takes to feel this way, then there are no bounds to what i’d do to be in the right place
windows of a building or an entire street co-exist much like humans co-exist wherever they may be; life continues to happen for each of us, and so it does through these windows.
The water is a reminder that I am alive, that I am both strong and weak, and that I have it in me to rise and beat the odds.
Going somewhere unfamiliar has always been a challenge within the idea of itself. The very thought of leaving leaves us lonely and nostalgic, but there might have been some things that they forgot to tell you about leaving behind the familiar. You can never truly find what you are looking for in the midst ofContinue reading “The Airport Effect”