A bright mind, a windy night and pizza

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Submitted: October 07, 2017

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A bright mind, a windy night and pizza

By: PikalekThePikaPikachu on Booksie.com

Self-reflection on my life after 6 days of work without a break.?

& Thank you for reading.


People out there tell me how to live my life.

They all have a opinion to say, some don’t say it tho.

I’m told what to do in certain situations.

Of course there are common interests but don’t force it.

How can I feel like a man if I don’t have what a man needs?

Trying to fight for my needs, except they got pushed off.

In the background I plot and plan but feel mixed.

A 3rd party comes along but the feelings don’t change.

In a fight between family ease and personal happiness.

But haven’t I already gave enough to them?

In the future I want to start my own family, is it a crime?

A mother doesn’t expect her son to be with her forever?

Of course not but it’s not easy for them to let go.

The brothers don’t have fathers but mine let go later.

But despite all I fight and keep on going.

I shouldn’t rush but I feel the heat, the urgency.

Maybe it’s because I feel left behind with my age group.

Always wanted to live better but was powerless till now.

When you taste a little power you want it all.

Things point to a bright future and I need to keep faith.

Want my girlfriend awfully bad.

Gotta meet my needs first.

Getting a car and moving out is a grind at this point.

Then gotta pray the boss gives me the right vacation time.

But with faith it should be alright.

Things seem complicated but can work out smoothly.

And if things don’t work out, oh well, I tried.

Doors can always open else where but I don’t want it.

I feel good about what I want but my mother might not.

Except I will eventually not do what she prefers.

Nor do I want her to tell me how to use my money.

I see myself as a man but she sees me as a pre-teen.

Things must and will change faster than she expects.

My happiness deserves to be addressed.

With the power of prayer, I see happiness and freedom.


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