Violence 

Don’t be violent towards anyone ever. It can be as little as grabbing their arm and pulling them back in an argument. That’s still not ok. There are people who are physically and emotionally abused every day. Some who are abused take it out on other people like friends. Please don’t do this. There’s other ways of getting emotions out that don’t include hurting someone else. If you ever feel the need to hit someone or abuse someone in any other way just walk away from the situation and go on a run or write or do whatever helps you when you’re feeling a rush of emotions. It’s for the better I promise you.  

Memories 

It’s interesting.

You think of the past,

of people now gone,

of memories forgotten,

now remembered.

You think of the people

in those memories and realize.

They’re not the ones you miss, 

you just miss the feeling or the 

specific action.

Maybe that’s when

you’ve moved on.

Right Things, The Wrong Time 

You meet someone,

but at the wrong time.

It’s obvious,

something there.

If it’s really right,

will it unveil at the right time?

Connected,

since we met.

Now that connection,

growing stronger.

Happier than I’ve felt.

Right things happen at the wrong time,

be patient.

The right time will come. 

New Year Resolutions 

New Year resolutions.

Good concept.

Who follows through?

Is it just something you say 

because it’s the new year?

Or a real goal you

put effort towards

in the new year?

For some

they’re overrated.

For others,

they’re honest.

I believe they 

always fail.

Good luck

with your

New Year

resolution.

2017

2017.

Happy New Year.

New year,

new me.

Everyone quotes 

it.

But nobody

actually 

puts forth

the effort.

That’s cool,

but don’t just 

spout out 

fake quotes 

because it’s 

the new year.

At least

be specific

about what

you want 

to be

different.

2016

sucked.

Maybe this year

will be

different.

A Kid Bumped into Me

A kid bumped into me in the hallway…

My friend said, “What, not going to apologize when you bumped into that guy?”

 I said, “I didn’t bump into him he bumped into me.”

He replied, “Yeah, but you apologize all the time every day for everything.”

I said, tiredly, “Yeah, but I’m not in the mood to apologize for things I didn’t do.”

He replied, jokingly, “But you’re always in that mood!”

I asked, “Yeah, but isn’t it a good thing I’m not?”

He said, more seriously, “Yeah, but you always are.” 

You may be the type who apologize and feels bad for everything even if you didn’t do it. Like when somebody bumps into you and you don’t bump into them or when your bag isn’t in the way but somebody trips over it anyway. It’s okay to be like that, just remember to think about yourself too sometimes. You deserve it. Try not to apologize for things you didn’t do, it’s okay. You shouldn’t have to.