Thursday, March 27


To wake up everyday not having something to look forward too. Instead, it’s a yearning of something I don’t even know what it is. I look forward to someday having finally to have something to look forward to.

It’s like a fleeting ghost at the corner of your eye. Once you try to center such a specter, it disappears and comes back to haunt you again.

More like some dog trying to catch its tail, running around in circles, so close but never enough.

It’s a hunger. Hunger for happiness. No, for something even more, for Joy, to have the soul feel full for once. Yet, the soul is like a black hole, hungry, no, GREEDY for anything that could have the possible vicinity of feeding it.

Such is a longing, for something more, something so much more in life.

1 Eye Balls:

niranjan said...

*insert accent*
yuu beri baddd boi. i tell yuu to come see me but yuu never come. No magick show for you.

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