I was a storm But you made me want to be a river the way you kept trying to hold me as if I wasn't an ocean that could slip through your fingers as if I wasn't a tsunami that crashed into you every time you tried to swim as if I wasn't washing you back to shore in warning before you dove back in you had to keep your head above water just to hug me but hugging you back meant you drowning in my arms I was a storm But you made me want to be a river
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.
you looked into my eyes which always seemed to remind you of the ocean. you said your dad never told you that you may drown while admiring the waves, your smile said not being able to breathe would be worth it. I thought about how you’re like the ocean breeze, giving breath to tired lungs. you swirl the sea, placing troubled minds at ease. you built sandcastles with your voice which I began to call home but it’s quiet now, all I can hear is a tsunami and I can’t seem to catch my breath
Seismic— Shock wave of energy swelling ocean waves, Powerfully driven like a freight train rolling fast as a jet, Open ocean ninja stealthily racing toward landfall’s most evil betrayal, Rip-tide on steroids sweeping away unsuspecting souls — Tsunami
the first flash of lightning blinded my eyes just a slight flicker of what was yet to come the crackle of the thunder shook my world the smallest shock that was ready to ripple out a storm of torment and chaos was brewing I felt to overwhelming waves of despair flow over me drowning me in it's tight waters and strong hold I knew what was coming it was a scene I was all too familiar with the storm was coming again the rising of the waters and the cracks of the sky were coming to ******* over I wasn't ready the first time however, this time I will remain strong I will no topple over, nor drown from this storm tonight
I've been feeling super overwhelmed with life again.