After being silent on this blog since Saturday, I am back from my lovely vacation where I was able to come up with more poems (which I wrote in my travel journal) and take magnificent photography shots. Spring is coming, but with it comes allergy season (Allergic to pollen. Bleck.)
Today’s blogger is @Meagan (the revelment). The website link is https://therevelment.wordpress.com/
After browsing one of her posts (You Can and You Will https://therevelment.wordpress.com/2016/02/29/you-can-and-you-will/), I found this after reading the entire post, which I believe is the simple and honest truth to the world.
I’m not sure that I’ll ever run long distances again. I think running 5 or 6 miles is what I care to do. But, you just never know.
This poem was made while reading one of my books that I got from the library right before I left for my trip.
He tells you to stop shouting for help
because help isn’t going to come
He tells you to enjoy this
because no one else would ever notice someone like you
The plain, normal person that blends into the background
He tells you that she never mattered
because he was never attracted to her
Which is a lie
He keeps feeding lie after lie to you
because he’s slipping into old habits
Because there’s nothing you can do
Because he keeps forcing him on you
his hand covering your mouth so you can’t
Your throat is scratchy from all the screaming
but it doesn’t help
And he keeps feeding the lies
because he wants to soothe your nerves
But it’s not working
Because you know the truth