Not to string you along, my dear
but we cannot simply cut ties with the past even the inconsequential have its consequences You might outlive regret, but that doesn't mean all is forgiven
A man should never put blame upon the shoulders of others,
To avoid responsibility for his own inadequacy.
"I know where you live", he said,
"so it's best that you'll behave. Don't get me angry or else, I'll make you dig your own grave." "Why are you like that", I said. "I don't know what wrong I've done." "You know what it's about", he yelled, "you've been unfair to my son." "But Brian is not the talent as you think, he's insubordinate and mostly rude, he will probably fail the term, if he continues in this attitude." "But isn't it your responsibility to turn him into a decent being?" "Education begins at home, you know, although your kin might be disagreeing."
As the water runs hot
Hands turning red Steam rising It's all worth it; To get it clean Get it right Scrub the pan Wash the dish It's all part of the plan Savor the heart-felt wish Get it done No matter the pain It's how it's supposed to be Do your part You don't need a heart Or worse, a tongue Just get it done Wash, rinse, repeat Steam roll and water pour This task first, then a few more - Jay M August 19th, 2021
Just get it done, and get on to the next thing. No need to delay.
When I utter commit, I mean to dedicate
First to Him, that gave my full birthright And two to myself, the reason to create, My commitment is my responsibility I choose to commit, perhaps you may not admit I want to melt my fears, thyself to acquit Realize my valour, to knit again my grit My commitment is my responsibility I commit to trust my inner instinct, Lest I stumble and be called extinct I will teach me to always be prinked My commitment is my responsibility I commit my business to what is real Perhaps people will get dull Maybe I will find my answers in the baffle And get busy making my now life blissful For my commitment is my responsibility
I am a mother
Although I’ve never carried a child in my womb Or pushed life out of me I am a mother, Although I’ve never had any children who came from my blood Or called me mom I am a mother, To the cat I care for so tenderly I would lay my life to save his Or the little bugs and spiders I let out into the garden after Storms have brought them in I am a mother To my parents, who needed me to grow up and be strong enough That I could take care of them, and provide a safe place for them to regrow I am a mother To my family when they've needed a shoulder to cry on, or a hug during times where life only seemed to hurt I am a mother To the team, I listen to and support when they have nowhere else to go I am a mother To the stranger that only needs to see a smile as we cross paths I am a mother To the lover that never had one I am a mother To the sister, I ferociously protect and will forever do so I am a mother To the boss who needs to know he’s is doing a good job I am a mother To the community that needs a voice to stand alongside them I am a mother To the friends who know I will always be there I am a mother To nature as I thank her for the beauty she is I am a mother To the world, who might never notice me but who I will love regardless I am a mother Although I’ve never carried a child in my womb Or pushed life out of me, I am a mother.
The one job I loved
You took away from me I shouldn't give you that power But you've got me on my knee Now every day is monotony The light so far away The amount the pain weighs Trying to breath everyday But water filling my lungs as I say "This can't be the way" I can't see a resolution Sitting through electrocution Of your words and your apology I can see through the psychology Lack of personal responsibility You're pure juvenility "I want to be friends" But seeing your mistake gives you the bends You can't have it both ways That's the phrase that pays
The most luminous example of a fallen angel
An ignored history.. A need for attention.. We define The Humanity Problem globally.. Let me enter the mind of a killer Let me learn from within the mind of a saint I will calculate the sociology The norms killing our psychology With pad and pen as my everlasting friend.. I want to burn in hells I seek to bask in heavens Show me the soul in my eyes Weathering through a common storm.. People will find the real normal.. If they love themselves and help others.. It should be an oddity to erase normality And so it exists only as a common standard.. That is how I grew up.. What if we ended expectations? What if we embraced change? Compassion could be a global comeback.. There is a nature in duality.. Humans engraved into double-edged swords.. If we could create love and war.. We may be able to end our battles.. We could live with evidence and compassion.. Ending our need to be beautiful, better or rich As an American.. I am built of guilt I suffer.. I displayed kindness, love and compassion I valued evidence over assumption Pointed out an economy of overconsumption Only to be labeled as.. 'Sheep' 'Idealistic' So.. to my fellow kinsmen and women.. Open up a dictionary.. If I am a sheep.. We as a whole are not shephards.. Who do you look for to guide you? Isn't America obviously lost? We are defined as sheep by a globe called Earth Currently? Like it or not.. They're right.. I am not powerful I am weak Despite the ego of America.. I am no sherpah.. I am no sheep.. I will never be a shephard.. I will only ever be me.. Think of you when at your happiest.. Revel in the lessons of how that was stolen.. It will be Hell.. I'll be blunt with that fact.. Want peace? Face it. Face you. Deflate all of your ego. We need to bring back who we were long ago.. We need to care and foster Hope.. Eradicate foolish hate.. Value intelligence and knowledge.. Divided we are destined to **** and die.. But.. United? We could be a beacon of hope.. A beacon brighter than God, who we're under An American Beauty.. That has shed her mistakes.. To let go.. Of her American Ego..
You must laugh
Not cry Find some purpose In life You must be 16 in biology Yet much older in reality You must know everything there is to know But feel no pain or hurt or sorrow You must care For everyone But no-one will care for you