Do you ever look into the sky and feel something different every single time you look at it? I am passionate about star gazing, and I often look into the sky to understand it's formation and existence which I have inspired to do by a quote of Albert Einstein, "Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better." Honestly speaking, I totally agree with what Einstein has said because I've experienced in my life. In fact, the designs of many technologies and machines around us were inspired by nature such as an airplane.
I believe that there's always more than what meets the eye which includes observing either the behavior of humans or animals alongside nature. Sometimes people try to hide their feelings and emotions under the mask of the smiley face due to whatever reasons. Being optimistic is an excellent approach but restraining your feelings is not. It can only hurt yourself. You have to love yourself first so when you lose something or someone, you're not broke, you're not empty. You would have something indigenous and one-of-a-kind that what matters the most.
And She's Still Standing
Everybody has a chapter they don't read out loud,
She has one, that she would read out loud to herself, every day
She's been someone who always believed in love,
And people that she loved and cared.
She's strong because she knows what it resembles to be frail;
She's hurt many times and should strive to heal
When she was looking into the sky, he was there;
Every night, she wanted to feel the love but couldn't reach
When he burst the bubble, he put her in trouble;
The Grass is always greener, and he was the reason,
He said, who needs me? She said I'm empty without you
She wished he could read her eyes,
How much she has loved him then;
Thought it would be easier; she said, never to be overconfident
She said, just hold my hand, don't think again
No matter what she did, how good she was to him
He understood her but didn't understand
Little she does know, been rehearsing to ask him
Will you be mine for the rest of my life?
He broke her heart, by moving on to
Someone, he likes now;
Instead of waiting for the storm to pass,
In the rain, she tried to learn how to dance
Time flies, she is the pilot
Wanted to turn on the booster and sprint like a light,
But still around in combat, damaged but undefeated
Things storming in her head, chasing for an unknown reason
Running out of gas, trying to hide it all
Have places to go, but restraint
She didn't know she was irrepressible,
The hunger for love was ungovernable
Had to redirect it instead of getting rid of it,
She found herself, indigenous and incomparable
Not a relative of her, she told me all of that,
Tears in my eyes; Outside of the library,When we're sitting on the bench.