“Old friend”

“Old Friend”

The other day was a great day;
keeping up with the good
regressing from the bad,
creating a conversation
focused on goals & the inspiration
we’ve obtained from others.

We joined in joking moments
laughing at eachother’s flaws
coersing our best qualities
to the surface of ourselves.

Like old friends,
(our connection)
we reminiced about the good old (daze),
focused on eachother’s gaze,
laughing in circles,
while we held eachother’s hands.

I am the worst.

So sorry for the radio silence!

It is truly incredible how many freakin’ distractions exist in my day to day. The last few months have been all go, go, go. Hardly any time to myself.

That being said, here are a few pictures from adventures over the last few months, followed by some poems because I have been writing, but failing at posting.

Thanks for humoring me! Back at you ASAP woth another update!

Inner Self

The horizon of my inner self often baracades the outside world from permiating my physical form. My face remains still; composed, like stone.

Human

Cheers to remembering that I am only human and that this world spans far beyond the horizon of my inner self.

Toes

The day that we met, you spoke to me in sonnets; I quickly became acustomed to your sweet words and hollow sounds.

“Grateful,” is my way of paraphrasing, “Thank you for this second chance at love. I’d given up on it before because the entire concept was beyond overwhelming for me, but you’ve lessened that burden just by existing.”

Every time your toes curl, I am rejuvenated; it makes me whole; it fills this void, brought on by many years of, “good enough;” it reminds me that I am a human, with emotions and car payments – it reminds me that I exist and that you exist and that we’re good together and that the world has approved that notion, in her own, subtle way.

Sometimes I just need to be reminded that I can, in fact, feel a warm Summer’s rain on my skin and the coldest of winter breezes on my face. My cheeks turn so red when that happens; this must be what it means to “live.”