I’d hate to burst your bubble so let me elevate you to a level of understanding.
You’re so quick to the tongue that your teeth are in the way for words to find a landing.
You are a tie-dye kept together with the rubber bands of someone else’s bindings.
You spit out words of a person before.
It’s so quick that you don’t even notice their reflection in your mirror.
I bet that rotten taste in your mouth
is left over from when you went south.
You have your bubble and world of mime.
Let’s play bumper cars, I know I’ll have a good time.
Ooo don’t provoke me.
I’ve held hot coals only to drop them to the ground.
I was thrown off a cliff, I’ve got jagged bones to prove it.
I’ve been kicked to the dirt, hell I slept in it.
Don’t you dare tell me otherwise,
because the truth of it all
is I stripped myself down
when I put me first.
Looking at yesterday, you feel it brush against you.
Its touch is sticky.
That’s where you stood, how you lived.
The moments that brought you to today, sting
Because to stand where you stand now, took courage.
To have courage you had to be strong.
To feel your strength you must have lived in pain.
Because when you look at where you stood then,
You can see the ice cracking under your feet.
To this day you can feel the water take your breath away.
That cold, that damn cold will always run through your veins.
Looking at today, you feel it lay on you.
It’s where you stand, how you’ve landed.
Yesterday may always sting,
But look at you now
Standing on solid ground .