Tag: pain

Reality

Tears run down my cheeks As I know you’re not here.

Note Cards

I wrote upon a note card how life was, as I couldn’t stop thinking about you. I sent it by tossing it up and it disappeared. I don’t know how, but I know that’s how I could get it to you. I returned in… Continue Reading “Note Cards”

Tough Mudder Pictures

I can barely move today. Everything hurts. Getting out of bed was a trial. However, this morning I came up with an awesome story idea. Granted, entirely unrelated to Tough Mudder. Anyway, here are some of the before pictures. When you get there, it’s… Continue Reading “Tough Mudder Pictures”

I lived my epic

I did Tough Mudder today. Finally. It’s been seven months since I wanted to live a healthier lifestyle and push myself to limits unforeseen for myself. I did and I learned so much. Here’s my list of what I learned from TM. There will… Continue Reading “I lived my epic”

Strained and Stressed

My stomach clenches As I wretch, nothing Left inside me. My Eyes grow weary, I am teary, but I must Postpone my emotional struggles. I flee to the gym And hop on machines, Flexing my muscles To exhaustion. Once I am done, It’s all… Continue Reading “Strained and Stressed”

Bloody

“You’re bleeding.” Craig nearly laughed from the absurdity. Instead he tried his best to pick himself up, focusing on his footing as a child taking first steps. His left arm burned, though it was numbing. Shock was setting in, he thought. The muscle had… Continue Reading “Bloody”

My Wisdom Jumped Ship

My wisdom teeth are gone. At 7am I woke up and got ready. By 8:05am I was at the oral surgeon. By 8:10am I was on my phone as to why in the world my bank decided I no longer wanted to have it… Continue Reading “My Wisdom Jumped Ship”

Rage

You defiled my song, Yanked on my heart, Leave me in the dark. Pulse speeds up, Vision tunnels, Teeth chatter. Uncertainty grips, My chest clenches, Stomach vomits, Head aches. But this is about me. Not you. I take deep breaths, fighting myself. I pack… Continue Reading “Rage”

Waiting on the Porch

Dustin sat on the rocking chair overlooking the expansive prairie. He rocked back and forth, watching the horizon, chewing on the end of a long piece of grass. A sigh was released. “Damn it. What am I doing?” “Wonder that myself.” Grandpa came out… Continue Reading “Waiting on the Porch”

Forgot

I reach to my books for a good time, To play a game of heroes with strength We would never know. It was sublime Until memories were released at length. A book about the machine god, the one You bought for me. You never… Continue Reading “Forgot”