Looking For A Romance Between Poetry And Reality
is the hybrid between daydreaming and cutting ties
Looking for a little romance
Like in my favorite books
Listening to “Lady in Red,”
Because of my passion for bed
Which is like an empty glance
Of loneliness illusionary’s planks
But the truth is that will not happen
Because I am too tired of one-sidedness
And going into hibernation and deep sleep
Because I need to fill up my energy cup
To create and receive the love glamorous look
Since I know mostly the nastiness of Cupid
As per today’s thinking confession since Mercury is in Taurus and the astrologers are speaking like crazy about how much sensuality and love that will bring, I share my opinion about dividing poems from reality’s situations.
There was a time my mania about the zodiac was like unhealthy addiction. It’s good that period is in the past. Many lies were written and nothing happened to me in reality except that I learned to divide poetry and look for romance from the situations of unhealthy attractions.
Indeed, it’s challenging for romanticists to see clearly what doesn’t work in the reality of their relationships.
Like one of those hopeless romantic souls, I can share that if people do not treasure a person, it’s the worst killer of self-esteem and eventual relationship. Many times I tried to explain to myself the sincere disinterest of the other party under the lens of “They’re busy with work.”
Then the question is “Does someone want to feel unappreciated every time they want to hear another’s voice and be left with the feeling they’re unwanted or disturbing?”
One time, twice, then is self-masochism.
“They’re shy” is another wrong perception. Even if people are introverted, they always can write a message. If they don’t, it’s clear they can survive without communication with their eventual mate forever. Some people say they think for others but do not contact them. Why? It’s running away from confrontation or something they do not want to hear.
Clear signs are everywhere but romance seekers do not want to see them. There always comes a time to understand what’s the truth one way or another. Even so, my looking for romance through my poetry, cutting ties with one-sided relationships, and reality checks based on action facts, continue.
I have no time for waiting, suffering, and еnduring an unloving attitude. If someone wants me to stay in his life, he will do whatever it takes, as I do. Otherwise, we’re not meant to be. It’s quite a radical situation, but my belief is that’s for the better.