False Promises

When will you understand

That life doesn’t make promises –

It only gives you hope

So as to taste the heaven,

And after that it lets you

In the miserable reality.



Wings and Weights

Lost on a blue expansion

With no land nearby;

However, I’m not in rush to anywhere,

Taking in the landscape

Building skyscrapers with my mind,

Growing wings of hope to reach their tops.


Anchors on my ankles,

Weighting me down to the deep,

Losing air,

A dark, calm surface seen from the underneath;

Closing my eyes, I embraced the core of existence,

And dived into the very consciousness.


Day 12. #30daybloggingchallenge

Write about five blessings in your life.

In this era when everything is fast, and we’re in a constant rush, I feel like we forget to be grateful and press “pause.” We forget to appreciate what we have at this moment because our mind keeps drifting to the future. And I don’t say that making plans is wrong, I’m saying that for at least a few minutes we should take a breath and enjoy the present, and enjoy what’s been happening good to us so far.

What are you grateful for? What’s one blessing in your life?

In my case, five blessings in my life are:


Mistakes. Nothing new about them. The human race is subject to error. And it is alright – as long as that doesn’t mean committing crimes. I hurt people around me, unintentionally, but I do. I love them too; one of the things I am thankful for the most is them forgiving me. It might not seem like a lot, but I know that it can be hard to forgive someone.


I believe we all have a purpose on Earth. It might not be elevating spiritually, or something that will change the world, but we have a purpose. Some of us figure it out sooner than others, and some don’t find what it is. Never.

I don’t want to delve into it further, but I know what mine is. Writing helped me out to understand it. It comes with pressure too, but I think it’s preferable to wandering confused. I see it that way at least.

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