Thursday, February 4, 2010

To be (v.):

1. used as a copula, to connect the subject with its adjective, in order to describe or identify the subject.
I was damaged. I was not strong. I was broken. I was ruined. I was falling. I was failing. I was found. I was amazing. I was better than that. I was strong. I was different. I was special. I was stunning. I was everything you wanted. I was your love. I was hurt. I was wrong. I was not the only one you thought of. I was shattered.
I am not weak. I am not pathetic. I am happy. I am beautiful. I am proud. I am stubborn. I am not letting this control me. I am not perfect. I am worth it. And I am pissing you off. I am confused as to what you want me to be.
I am forgiving. I am willing. I am waiting. I am better than this.

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