Ternic73

With My Thoughts

I sit here alone with my thoughts

Thinking of so many battles that I fought

I'm on the outside looking in

Trying to so hard to fit in

I don't even know where to begin

I hide my sadness and push on

They didn't win, Im not gone

For once I would like to find my happy place

Can't remember the last smile I had on my face

I sit here alone with my thoughts

Thinking of so many battles fought

Just want to feel like I belong

I just want to be happy, am I wrong?

I sit here alone with my thoughts

  • Author: Ternic73 (Offline Offline)
  • Published: June 24th, 2020 22:36
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Comments4

  • Goldfinch60

    May those thoughts soon become filled with the wonder that is in your life and happiness overwhelms you.

    Andy

    • Ternic73

      Thank you Andy!!! for the kind words

    • peto

      They will never win ternic
      Your happy place is closer than you think
      Ready when you are
      Keep writing out those thoughts
      Such a sad write from someone who has helped so many
      We can't forget ourselves
      Be good to you
      Even just for the day
      Keep writing my friend

      • Ternic73

        Thank you Peto. for the kind words.

      • ANGELA & BRIAN

        ANGELA HERE - Good Afternoon Teresa. Being a NURSE during the COVID 19 is very stressful. Ima PHYSIO so most of my clients are *orthopedic* - but COVID 19 casts a shadow over the whole Hospital. Your POEM is SAD - but you are right in wanting to be HAPPY ! WE are praying that in all things GOD will give You Peace & Joy !

        Blessings & Peace & Joy
        Love Angela & Brian 💛💛💛
        Please check *COFFEE MORNING ~ OPEN* Thanks !

      • orchidee

        Yes, best wishes. Sometimes I DON'T write about some things - it may seem to add to the gloom, depression, etc. I may think 'OMG not that theme again'. Moderated to OMD - Oh My Days!
        But other times, yes, it can be good and therapeutic to write things out.



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