Friday, August 6, 2010


I've been hiding. I haven't read any blogs, including my own, since the last post. Was it not for that I can't bring myself to ignore my cell-phone I wouldn't have talked to anyone either. I haven't been on facebook, and I haven't answered any mails, and yes. I've been running away and hiding.

All the running ended in playing with fire and getting burned when it came to the people physically in my presence. And what have I learned from that? Don't ask questions you don't want answers to. Don't play with fire when you can't handle the pain. The sad thing is I thought I could handle the pain, and I will have to learn the hard way now, but what I really really learned is this:

That I am nothing more than the usual human tropes; The Girl With A Father Complex. The Firstborn Son.

And that never, ever must I let myself get angry. Never ever let yourself go. Or I'd be asking questions I don't want answers to, or play with fire I cannot handle. I have always believed in honesty first and I still do, but I guess I learned fear. Which I suppose can be a good thing.

I am weak, is what I learned. I'm thinking, from that base I must grow stronger. Nobody told me how, however. But the lesson I was meant to learn, I suspect, ironically, was this: That I am fine with being exactly what I am.


Riklurt said...

"That I am nothing more than the usual human tropes"


"The beauty of a living thing is not the atoms that go into it, but the way those atoms are put together." - Carl Sagan

Nightflyer said...

I want to tell you that I'm proud of you, but it just sound so corny, so I'm not going to.

Just pretend that blogger had a "... likes this" button and that I pushed it.

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Nallenon said...

I agree with Anonymous above. And with Nightflyer.
Go you.