Dysfunctional Dreamer

Big, blue and always wandering were her eyes.
Slender, fidgety and constantly creating were her hands
And her mind, oh that beautiful bustling mind
Full of ideas at every second, processing several different dreams
A palace. Where she lost her way every now and then.

From afar I watched her gleam like the sun,
Bright and always fueling with something new
Her energy refreshing and her smile mesmerising.
And so I fell.

They told me it wouldn’t last. Told me she’d break my heart
She wasn’t normal they said
Not built for our world, yet
She told me, the world was ours to shape
And together our future would be made.

A crash and a bang later
I found myself alone left to wonder
Which one of us was the dysfunctional dreamer?

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Memories of us

In this moment I can rejoice
the time we were together,
the time we made a choice.
It doesn’t matter if our love is gone
because I want to hold on
to the songs and smiles
even if they were lies.

No apologies please,
I still want you in my memories
There will be days when tears fall
and the sound of your name my heart will call
leaving me with nothing to do
but hold on to the memories of you
I won’t ask you to come back
because true love was left in the past.

Birthday Special

Hello all you lovely people! So, four days ago it was my birthday and I realized a few things-

On your birthday you realize how many people out there really care for you. A small “Happy birthday”on your facebook timeline shows that someone noticed your name and decided to take out a few seconds from procrastination to wish you. Or, someone actually looked for your name out of god-knows-how-many contacts and typed out a cute little birthday message with a couple of emojis  to send via text. Or, the fewer amazing people who decided to call you up after weeks/ months/ years just to wish you and remind you that they’re always there for you. It doesn’t matter if they took two seconds or twenty minutes, it just shows that you matter to them and they matter to you.

This is thank you to all those lovely people who are out there and think about me at least once a year, you mean a lot to me.

~ Angie