When your world starts falling apart, you Just have to take a minute to feel the rain.
To feel the cold wind flow across your skin, goosebumps rising,
You know others are still filled with the colors you lack.
But there is no room to complain without feeling guilty.
So you just stand there, and when the rain and the cold air seem to seep into your bones, you can finally let out a breath of relief you didn’t know was there.
With that breath your worries float away.
Even if only for a moment, there is peace of mind.
The words, the photo, were all an attempt at some sort of poetry. And maybe it’s a bit sloppy, but maybe that’s just a part of the art. Even if these words don’t apply to you, the challenge is to put yourself in her shoes. To maybe find that twilight zone between sadness and contentedness.