Tag: light

30-day challenge ~ WRITING RAINBOW (YELLOW) day 12: what makes you genuinely smile?

What makes me genuinely smile is nothing in this world but a feeling inside. It doesn’t matter what the environment is. I could be anywhere. It’s a feeling inside of me that I can literally feel in my heart, as if it’s seriously glowing and shining a light outwards like a lighthouse.

Flow Friday ~ look on the bright side

Everything doesn’t always have to be so dark. It’s not always a tragedy. You don’t have to feel bad for feeling happy. Dark clouds can distort your perspective. And make everything look gloomy. You can place so much heaviness on something without realizing it. But you have the power to lift the weight. You are

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Exposed

You shined a light on me Revealing what I could not see Maybe I was dumb and naive Or maybe I was calculated and spiteful Honestly I’ll never know I feel so exposed, exposed, exposed You shined a light on my past Even my childhood days Revealing all the ways All the chaos I’d create

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The Angel of Death

A deep tunnel of darkness… she walks down, treading lightly. She does not need a candle to light the way, for she is an angel glowing brightly, yet she is a fallen angel. She has fallen down too many deep tunnels of darkness… down the rabbit holes… she is the angel of death. And death

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