Life’s last whiplash

Taught to give up
in chromatic monotones ~
Groundless dandelions

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13 comments

  1. Just like the fireworks are bursting in light and excitement, you also can be like that. Just don’t give up, my dear. Although you may have always been taught that, choose to not believe that things that tear you down. I know it’s hard. I’ve been there.

    Choose to never give up
    allowing colors to pour out and burst forth
    Vibrant flower

    For you with love, my tea-drinking friend.
    🙂 ❤

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    1. Aww, thank you, Staci! You’re someone I can always count on! I know that you were here and came out of this successfully, defeating every moment that tried to take over you. I admit I’ve been more vulnerable than usual for the past few days. It was alright for about a month, now it’s the same as before. I will not give up, my friend, yes, I’ll try not to.

      “Choose to never give up
      allowing colors to pour out and burst forth
      Vibrant flower”

      Oh, this is too cute! It might take some time but I’ll make it – choose not to give up! :’) ❤

      Much love to you too, my dear, and Woohoo I am drinking tea right now! 😀

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      1. Hehehehehe. Ohhhh, I’m sure the tea will lift your spirits. I know how you feel. I have my ups and downs too. My mom has even suggested that maybe I’m bi-polar. I dont’t think so though. But I’m telling you, I go through some very dark days and my family pays for it, unfortunately. Thank God He gave me that hubby he did.
        Much love and blessings sweetie.
        🙂 ❤

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      2. Hahaha, my mum says the same every other day. And, she informs me about the symptoms as if she’s secretly researching on it! T_T
        Your husband is equally lucky, Staci, to have found a brave person like you. You’ve been through a lot and you deserve all the happiness in your life. 🙂
        Much love and many tea-bags for you, my friend! ❤ 😀

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      3. That’s hilarious. Do you really think she’s researching it on Google?
        Thank you for your sweet words and encouragement sweetie. You always build me up.
        Oh yes, new teabags. Hehehe
        🙂 ❤

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  2. This one exploded like a monochromatic firework containing side-fireworks on the inside that would erupt on their own afterwards right after the arch outburst. Just like the utterly representative photo that accompanies your words. Allow me to not say anything else, i can’t find words for such a tiny poetic beauty. But you should know by now that i love it.

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    1. Thank you, Kwon! Yes the side-firework gave me the idea of dandelions, it’s a truly enchanting gif and that’s what made me write the haiku. Your words are always so encouraging and thoughtful, I am extremely thankful oh and in our language –> *Arigato ne!* 😀

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