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Just Know

In life, you have good times, bad times and okay times. In a fantasy world everything is okay! Life is happy, fun, no chaos and your just smiling everyday in everyway. Living on cloud 9 just to make it through the day. The fantasy of someone saying your the most beautiful thing on earth. Your everything they need! Your exciting, and you cater to my every need! It's all just a simple fantasy in your head. Is that even a thing, to be happy in your head? Sitting around wondering, what is really on everyone's brain? Drift off into the silence and say to yourself you are pretty! You do mean something to someone! You are fantastic! Even, though you feel like ani't no one happy with you until you die. Just know you are it! Your the it factor in this life! Just believe it's okay not to smile on your bad days. It's okay not to vibe with people. It's okay to believe in yourself without feeling like your being selfish. Others can relate to how you feel but some don't know how to let it out. Some may feel like they will be judged. Just know it's never to late to be loved the correct way! Just know it's okay to get hugs, kisses, romance, great conversation, respect and a smile. Just know it's okay to laugh. Just know it's okay to have feelings and to express them. Just know not everyone will be happy with you. Just know it's okay.
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Submitted by PoeticER on May 30, 2021

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Poetic ER

Born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts. I started writing poems as an outlet, when I was 11 years old and just continued on. I think I have evolved to spoken word. Soon hoping to have several short books of life. more…

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