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Saturday, July 9, 2011

Yearning: a power to change



And suddenly, I found myself in a brawl. Guns out and knives were wielded. 

It's strange how one finds himself trapped in a situation where he is limited by the amount of actions he can act upon. In my case, I was in a argument with a family member that led to death. Of course, it didn't lead to the death of a human, but to an endeavor. An endeavor to help. 

It's a strange feeling knowing that you had the ability to help someone a few years ago, but since you didn't, the problem grew into something bigger. And now, the little problem that was a seed, he is engulfed by the spicy venom.

It's a sad feeling.

20 comments:

  1. I know what you are saying, ive been in that situation before. It sucks, its truly sad.

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  2. You should write books, you have skills! But don't end them on such sad notes.

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  3. i lke the way you express yourself

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  4. Wow, I was almost expecting to read a murder confession. Nice writing.

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  5. Remember that failure is the mother of success, learn from your mistakes and you can avoid repeating then in future

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  6. Don't do the same mistake again, then it's all okay. Everyone fails from time to time.

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  7. Awesome stuff, but you know you can make the pictures smaller? lol

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  8. Lobster knife fight then?

    If you had helped then, could the problem be resolved? Maybe it wouldn't, don't blame yourself for the past and just try to look at the future.

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  9. Sure were some interesting thoughts
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  10. I can appreciate where your coming from man, but everyone makes mistakes. Its human, don't beat yourself up about it too much. Hopefully things look out better for you!

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  11. Is this a poem or a real life event? If this happened in real life that's really meaningful, you should write an entire song/poem about the situation.

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  12. good blog. Interesting and somehow I feel I can relate.

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  13. Agreed! Followed! alphabetalife.blogspot.com

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  15. Nobody ever wins or loses an argument. It just happens, you move on, and continue with your life.

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  16. i know the feeling. my dad and i have had many fights, mostly because he is a bully and mentally beats everyone down (including me) to make himself feel good. eventually it all came to a head when he told my sister he would knock her teeth down her throat. from that day on he had no power over me and he knew it. now i live about 4 states away and have no desire to see him again. oh and he is living alone because my step-mom took my lead and left him.

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