Lately, I’ve been looking at this life like a grapevine. Like a grapevine you’ve to push yourself up to go swinging in a vine and to keep on making an effort for not falling down like Tarzan did to jump from tree to tree, you do to jump from chapter to chapter and remember, don’t ever return.
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The time was off? I was drunk? I was provoked? No, I was living it and I’m unapologetic.
I loved you. You mocked my feelings. I moved on. Wait! if I loved you how can I move on so easily? But I did. I’m unapologetic.
I was having a bad day. You were annoying, I didn’t mean it? I’m unapologetic.
I couldn’t help you because I couldn’t help myself. I should’ve been there but I wasn’t. I’m unapologetic.
I had a bad childhood. My experiences in life have never tasted sweet. Why don’t I keep crying over it? I’m over it. I’m unapologetic.
Why didn’t I tell anyone? I’m running my race, living my part and I didn’t find anyone worthy enough. I’m unapologetic.
I pretend to be busy. I love being portrayed as a workaholic. I’m ignoring your messages and phone calls? I’m unapologetic.
I believe in women having curves, walking so mean, smokey-eyed. Society didn’t approve. I’m unapologetic.
I stand with the truth so even if my beloved is wrong at some point, baby, I’m unapologetic.
If I do something which you consider “shameful”, it’s okay I ain’t hiding the truth, I don’t like mask, I’m unapologetic.
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Yes, I’m here, watching the waves, watching the stars. The blue sky is even more beautiful when it’s dark. Black isn’t the lonely colour anymore. Things are same, it’s me who has changed.
As a girl sometimes I regret being bold and frank with people who are still living under the shallow beliefs of culture and shyness and expect you to be a showpiece of innocence and respect. I can’t join the crowd who are with you even if it’s lonely I choose to be the way I am.
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