But, I Live

I live scared.   But, I live.

I blink and so lose fractions of vision.  Yet, I see.

I hold my breath.  And still, I require fresh air.

I am loud.  Oh but how I yearn for my silence.

I can’t believe it!  Oh, though!  I am a believer!

I age.   But there is no doubt  I feel the excitement of youth.

I inquire.  Though some answers I can give.

I smile.  Even when I cry.

I anger.  Though joy rules my life.

I shake my head in disbelief.  Nevertheless, I am in awe and live in the wonder of acceptance.

Still me.

Different sides of the same mirror.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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24 thoughts on “But, I Live

  1. lou rasmus says:

    raw feelings. i like it

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  2. tric says:

    I love this, especially, “I blink and so lose fractions of vision. Yet, I see.”
    All facets of living are real and reading this I’ve realised that aging has left me less scared not more. Imagine that?
    I get your posts on FB each morning here in Ireland. They are like my ‘thought for today.’

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  3. ksbeth says:

    on way or another, is the story of my life. wonderful, colleen –

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  4. markbialczak says:

    It would be so less great if things were just one way, MBC.

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  5. Ocean Bream says:

    I love your words here. It’s all part of life, the highs and the lows. And the negatives certainly don’t define us! Keep on spreading your positive, Colleen 🙂

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  6. Jodi says:

    Beautiful!!

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  7. Sounds like the Gemini conundrum. Love the picture and the post.

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  8. Absolutely loved each and every line, feels so true each one! Especially …

    I blink and so lose fractions of vision. Yet, I see

    This line makes it all so interestingly clear!

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  9. Debra says:

    We are complex, aren’t we? On any given day I can be all of these and more. It might explain my fatigue! 🙂

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