All posts tagged: Writing


Your ignorance astounds me. Don’t you know that for me to love you was to have the world at your feet? To be made a king, for I am as a queen? But you lacked clarity. You could only look at me, you could not truly see me for all the woman I am. Your vision was too blinded by the superficiality of the world. You were woefully unaware of the strength of my affection for you. An affection that would have supported you through any challenges life has to offer. It would have been your greatest ally. Your steadfast confidante. Your shield from torrential rains, and your foundation when you shine. It is a shame what a lack of true vision can bring; because now… now, you will have to settle for being a pauper, when you could have been as a king. Because in the end, you could only look, but not see. — The catharsis continues. The first draft of this was written 5 years ago. Stumbled across it recently, so I thought I would clean it up and share. The best …

Good Show, Good Show

The mask has been removed, all the actors have played their roles well, and all that’s left of what you thought was real are the pieces of a show you never knew you had a leading role in.

10 Days to Love: A Challenge – Part 1

I read somewhere once that in order for anyone to love you, you must first love yourself. And while I understand the logic behind this, I could not help wondering… wouldn’t it be nice if someone could love you while you learn to love yourself? Hmmm… maybe I’m wishing for too much. That aside, I wondered about the concept of self-love. For some, it appears to come easily. They love and revere themselves. There is nothing they cannot do or try. In all honesty, I envy and admire such people. For, to love thyself, despite all flaws is a challenge indeed. Through out my internet musings I came across an article or something of that nature that suggested that one should write down what there is to love about oneself. That to start the practice of writing it, it will eventually become a habit to learn and appreciate what there is to love about yourself. I have never done any such thing. Feeling it was far too narcissistic, I have actually never sat down and …