Free-Spirited Girl

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My friend was having trouble accepting who she is now, and wished to be who she was in the past, a free spirited girl. So I wrote this just for her, and now the rest of the world.

Submitted: August 24, 2017

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Freestyle Writing "Free-Spirited Girl" I don’t long to be who I used to be, the free-spirited girl. She wasn’t more worthy than I simply because I admired her courage. Her lack of courage is actually what led to her end and the beginning of me. I was created in order to stay strong for someone who couldn’t. Only the person I am now can handle the events unique to my life. And I’d rather be the drug addict, struggling with depression and anxiety, who is however strong enough to realize that the journey to improvement can be enlightening, as well as tiresome. I’d rather be the person slowly scraping away at the illusion her mind created, called FEAR. The person that can attribute her undeniable strength to her family, even those passed, friends, and her own natural badassery. A person who will one day fade away and be replaced by a new persona which is better fit to handle whatever could be possibly transpiring in her life at that time. I’ll continue to be happy with every persona my mind creates, because they are only temporary. None are “bad,” but necessary for our current situation, because with the “bad” qualities come very unique strengths. And there are always opportunities for improvement…

“Everything in life is in transition.”


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