may we have some nicer weather please? At least some sunnier days than these! It's been so cold and unbelievably wet, it's horrid enough to get upset. It's a bit like April but in reverse, instead of better it's getting worse. Can't make any plans to go outside for a short walk or bicycle ride. Whenever I get ready to leave the house, heaven looks like I'm in for a douse. Sometimes I go out in spite and realize I'm not watertight. Then I get drenched to the bone, it even destroys my mobile phone. Worse yet after it's been warm, the sky rips open a nasty thunderstorm. That's the part when danger lurks with thunder lightning and the works. Because holding up an umbrella can sometimes torch a poor fella. But wait, before I get into hail, earthly tempests like heavy gale, tornados, hurricanes and the likes. It's definitely not worth it, yikes! Instead of giving myself a permanent frown, I put the kettle on and try piping down.
Anger. Anxiety. Depression. Fear. Imagine these feelings Are a natural disaster. What would they be? Would they be an earthquake? Making it feel hard to stay upright? Do they create rifts that drive you apart from loved ones? Are they a tsunami? Building up until one day, they burst, drowning you? Or are they a tornado? Just destroying everything in its path? If you can find a way to explain what it feels like When you're angry, anxious, depressed, or afraid, it can be a good start to managing it.
My eyes slyly asked yours for a breeze But your lips quickly gifted a tornado. Uprooted, with you I flew across like a bird, To an island where your sharpend nails, Etched murals on love going sweetly violent, On every inch, making the pain pleasurable, All over the canvas of my down turned body.