Flourishing In My Rebirth

Everything feels fresh

Everything feels new

All the links that exist

All the proof of my existence

All the places of my imprint

The products in my possession

Displayed in front of me

Sitting on my lap

Hugging my body

Snuggling into my hand

String together flashes of memories

When I was scarless and whole

A fine line has been drawn

With materialistic precision

Dividing the past from present

Each step I take

Each move I make

Each breath I take

Provokes thoughts of wonder

The possibility of accomplishment

Without accessories to aid

Free from precautionary measures

Empress of the qualification to jump and skip

Capability to devour even rocks

Fitness to lift heavy weights

State to be demanded of

Feels like an aeon ago

Yet it is all me

It has always been me

It will always be me

Me, the one I love most

Still has the spirit and grit

Still has the power and fitness

Still has everything I ever owned

I will always have them

I will rejuvenate the qualifications

I will strengthen the capabilities

I will sculpt the fitness

I will regain my state of power

Look at me

This is me

Flourishing in my rebirth

 

 

 

 

5 Comments Add yours

  1. Oh my God, is this the first poem I’ve ever seen from you?

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    1. Not really, babe, I’ve written a couple more poems before this. One of them was posted way back in 2016 with a proper rhyme sequence while another follows free style. I’m loving free style the most.

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    2. You’ve read the previous freestyle, proof lies in the beautiful comment you’ve left there 🙂

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      1. Why don’t I remember it?! I’ll find it, I swear.
        And Free style is the best!!!! 😀
        I’ve missed writing poetry!

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        1. It really is the best, babe! You should seriously continue writing poetry!

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