I have stalker
They have watched my every move
They have begun to be able to calculate
My next move
My next word
My next thought
They have followed me
From my home
Where I find comfot and get lost in the ways of night
To my darkness
Where I suffocate myself near to a point of leaving
They have memorized me
They have filled their motives out to a way to impact me
They have planned out the torturing of my mind, of my body
I have a stalker
With galaxy eyes that stare deep into my soul
With combed back hair darker than black holes
With a cold composure that haunts my dreams
And there is no escape for me
Deitado na cama de pregos , assistindo o sol morrer , agulhas nas veias ,fumaça na sala , se eu fosse deus te desenharia bem melhor , parece até que ele fez com pressa , nós lê partituras , eles só leem os documentos da fraude , tô subindo de fase , assumindo o volante , vc pode torcer pra eu capotar, no máximo isso só vai me catapultar pra mais longe de ar , rarefeito , o efeito de computador pra disfarçar a dor !
Penned by ✍️ Riya (@riyaaaaaaaaa2 ) ¶
Thankyou for serving more amount of food in your bowl always.
Thankyou for never buying me an unexpected gift.
Thankyou for stealing away my money always.
Thankyou for nick naming me with funny names always.
Thankyou for helping mom-dad scold me more always.
Thank you for never sharing your pocket money.
Thankyou for always calling me adopted .
Thankyou for being there always.
Each of the above things show your love!
I love you!
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Find Your Bridge..
I'm really feeling this except i heard earlier from 'Horatius at the Gate' by Thomas Babington, Lord Macaulay (1800–1859)
The poem tells the true story of Horatius Cocleus, a gate captain for the Roman Military during an onslaught of more than a thousand Clusium soldiers advancing on his City Pons Sublicus in the late 6th Century BC.
On my final day before relocating to Hawaii; it's been extremely refreshing to wake knowing I embark on this Journey tomorrow. In the face of this move it's humbling to remember that mine is no unique journey.
I feel like its relating Horatius' will to defend the gate with every person's struggle stand up in the face of adversity. Adapting instead of retracting. Finding a purpose, and defending that purpose virgorously.
Full quote here -- (full disclosure it's kind of long - and spoiler alert 🚨🚨 Horatius Lives!)
Ted Turner's Favorite Quote - Happy Bday Ted!