My words are only a breeze. Some stay, most leave

I write what you don’t want to feel. I write about want you try to avoid,
But it’s alright to feel pain, it is alright to cry. Pain is what makes us perfect and whole. And even though we aren’t perfect, imperfection makes us perfect.

I am eighteen and too young to be thinking this way, But I don’t care. I was born to change the world.
And I can do it every day, just by putting a smile on your face or by sending an angel to hug you.

I have conversations with angels and demons daily, and my mind is beyond help.
I am fine though.



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  1. So glad that I found your blog. We also homeschooled, but our daughter is 20 and a senior in college–ballet major at Belhaven University. You will find that I mention her often. She is an amazing young lady. I bet your mom thinks the same about you!

  2. Did you read the post? Leave a comment on that post I linked to, say I sent you, and my co-hoster will give you a date to post on. As a participant, please comment on each post on the chain as the other teen bloggers will do the same for you. Make sense?

  3. Estherrrrrr!!! lol You would love anime once you’ve watched it πŸ˜›
    Some of the story lines are actually really good! (depends on the anime)
    But I got you into manga πŸ˜€

    1. Hello!! πŸ˜€
      Thank you for following me! I do like your poetry. Poetry blogs are my favorite to follow. You should read some of my poems when you have the time. And all is well in the desert. It still feels like July! Haha!

  4. Hi, Esther! You have a great looking blog! I wasn’t home schooled, I went to a private Christian school, but I certainly do share a love of fantasy! The Narnia books were great, but my all-time favourite books are The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. Ah, and the Silmarillion while I’m at it, pretty much anything Tolkien wrote, I love the world he made! I used to read Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys, and a slew of other books, until computer games took over.

    1. Thank you πŸ™‚ I think that it is wonderful to find someone else who loves fantasy as much as I do. The Lord of The Rings is a GREAT series! But I grew up with Narnia and I have a love for that series πŸ™‚ . Unfortunately, computer games do take over at times. But I always read πŸ™‚

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