Posts Tagged ‘sixteen’

Hiii,I’m sorry I haven’t posted in a while🙊
Anyway this one is basically a shout out to all those students out there who have to choose their career or well technically have their career handed over to them whether its their parents or relatives or whosoever.
Here you go guys,remember

“Do what you love,love what you do”

There’s always this dark gloomy cloud hanging above your head at sixteen which continues to grow darker and wilder.
Thunders and lightens. Fills up every pore till it finally starts to sink,drown in its own whirlpool of droplets. Etching its mark across the sky.
Finally,at last once it’s had enough and can’t stand more,it bursts apart.
And when it does ,you realise that you’re crying,these droplets are nothing but tears etched on your face.
Eventually youll realise that you’re lost and you don’t want to do this
Youll finally have the courage to take up your own path.
Youll find something that you love and would want to do that everyday.
Youll have a new beginning,
You’ll finally have your own life
And above everything,you’re stronger than this.


Posted: April 9, 2015 in Life, Sad, Society, Teenagers
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I’m just sixteen
I’m just a another teenager who is trying to find her place in this big world.
I have the constant fear of my friends backstabbing me.
I dont know if I should trust people anymore,I get attached way too soon.
I fall in love by looking into the soul.
I’m scared. I will always be.
I want to love,laugh,live freely.
Every friend that I’ve ever known has either lied to me or doesn’t respect me or something.
I dont know what will happen ahead.
I dont know what the future holds for me.
I dont know if I’m going to make it big.
I dont know if I’m still gonna have my friends then.
I dont know if I still going to be the same person that I am right now.
Because honestly speaking,
I’m just another teenager with dreams of her own,who wants to be loved like everyone else.
Im just another of the society.
I dont know what I am supposed to do.
I just want to read a good old book with a cup of coffee leaving the world and its problems behind.
I want to be free.
I’m just sixteen.