Something About Life
I am at perfect harmony. Perfect sleeping conditions, breeze gently brushing
my bare skin in the settling night. Small sound coming from the tv that
is drowned out by the fan blades roaring as they chop through the air so
effortlessly. That’s kinda how I feel about my voice sometimes I suppose.
Always getting drowned out by the roar of the crowd. Always trying to fit
in and find the norm, not caring what I’ve become. Morgantown is a strange
place that looks amazing and beautiful from the outside. But dark and temping
when you call it your home.
It’s strange really, Morgantown feels like my home but I’m still home sick. It’s like you know you love it but it will never be like your first love. That’s how I kinda was in my 2nd relationship. Never could really devote my full attention and love to to her, because I was caught up on the past. I was looking back instead of looking ahead to all the great possibilities that were right in front of my eyes. This school is so big, sometimes I feel like I’m a small speck in the universe. Started off bright and excited, bursting with light and hope. Slowly starting to dimmer... drifting away like a lost bottle at sea. Just going deeper and deeper into the abyss, until your light finally goes out for good. I guess what I’m trying to say is that don’t dwindle on the past and look into making your future the way you want it to be. Be different, don’t follow the heard. And if your dream seems achievable... please... just dream bigger. You should strive for the most impossible thing ever because that will make you try your very best 110% of the time. If you learn that work ethic, you will complete everything you want in life and then some. Don’t ever let that light dimmer because you never know when you’re out of the good ol days... until you’ve realized you’ve already lived through them