Time spent with family I'm able to break free from all these bad habits constantly chasing after me. They never truly go away sticking to me like a shadow sticks to the concrete. Time spent away distanced from my past I feel finally free from the demons in me. Now I'm home alone, I'm all on my own I was naive I thought I was free. Knocking on the door I hear a familiar sound it's my shadow; the demon I've been found.
smother my mother in my love kisses to her armor, she can’t feel it she even resists, but I keep repeating the steps approach, appreciate, allow kiss her cheek and bow I don’t know how much longer I have with her but I cherish each moment, each pocket of sunshine I savor my queen, the empress The shining example of a goddess I thank god for her, for my family I am finally understanding
"Don't run with scissors." "You have to walk before you can run." So many things to teach us. So little time. I'm not a parent. But if there's one thing I would say, It's that "it's OK to fall." Because, if nothing else, Life is repetitive. First, you learn to crawl. Then, you stand. Then, you fall. You stand again. Then you walk, and finally, you run. And just when you think all is going well, Life knocks you down And you find yourself back at square one. Falling will always be painful. But if you can remind yourself "It's OK if I fall," it'll be that much easier To get back up and over the next wall.
walking on air in my bedroom so far from the pain and residue scrubbed and rubbed myself down to the bone retired; regrouped and ascent the throne rose glasses on with a visionary mind pearly whites to hide the pain inside solid front for a processing machine underneath my skin estimated time of recovery in two months just gotta embrace the mourning until the morning wipe the tears and conquer my fears rest and repeat, don't forget to eat, rest and repeat