See the colours Vibrant hues Look into the mirror, it's you Paintings on the wall How far did you fall Before you realized you were changing And not just rearranging Welcome back to you Dancing bright and true Unhaunted, undaunted Clear and breaking through With the spring I've sprung anew So much I wish I could undo Somehow I'll let it go A set of seasons done and gone And now I'm moving on
A name follows you- Even when you’re made anew. Neither can you leave your face, Or entirely forget your birthplace; We must have done some misdeed, In a past life, indeed, Because we’re of a lower caste, Doomed iconoclasts, Fighting for nothing, And eternally suffering. And when we’ve had enough of it, Enough of being misfits, When we realize it was designed this way, And that there is no “someday”, Then we’ll venture six feet underground, To tear a heaven down.
Anew is not to wipe the embarrassing stains of the past anew is to take them with you wave them like a flag wear them as a reminder of your former self a new beginning is often wrapped in the rags of an old ending
Careful dance Under the rain Only for once Hiding the pain Shoes on the damp Innocent road Glowing street lamps It's sleeting and cold Dust settled down They've survived Lucky to 've found Each other's lives Starting anew Hoping for more – They are the few Who made it through war
Even if memories of people dying haunt them forever, at least they have each other to fight off nightmares... and this relative approximation of peace and happiness, so rare and such a fragile treasure
The familiar and well trodden Walked over each and every day Yet they still surprise and bewilder Not so much that stones moved Or grass grows blue or pigs fly But the eyes of the soul renewed Like a newborn child's first sight Seeing the world fresh and anew In every step you walked the walk.
today i put sheets on my bed not a big deal to most today i picked clothes up off of my floor not a big deal to most today i put clothes in the hamper not a big deal to most today i washed my blankets and clothes not a big deal to most today i washed my hair and face not a big deal to most but today i made progress today i took care of myself today i broke through two months of brokenness today i took a step to recovery today was a big deal to me
haven’t had sheets on my bed in two months. but i cleaned my room and made my bed and felt good.