Meant to Be

The Bipolar Writer Collaborative Mental Health Blog

For his attention

She fight

Without his approval

Her dreams would not catch flight

Self-sabotaging rendered her insane

Poison flowed through her veins

Risking a life she could not love

Losing faith of anyone above

A father who belittled his daughter

Confusing her was the pain

She sought in others a fragile love

The one missing from within

Disposing of men

Forbidden sin

He set an example forever ingrained

Love equals pain

The rejection of his affection left her exposed

Substance she snorts up her nose

Numbing the pain

Heartbreak upon heartbreak she gain

A constant battle with her brain

A destiny to heal her heart

Finding herself falling apart

She doesn’t know where to start

Forgiveness is key

In being set free

And unlocking who she is meant to be

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6 thoughts on “Meant to Be

      1. Awe the reblog was a huge compliment and here you have gone on to give me another. Thank you so much for your kind words. And you stay strong πŸ™‚ I am going to check out your site now. When I got the notification that you reblogged my creative writing, I was at work and didn’t have time to stop by. Will do so now.


      1. Awesome. It isn’t my idea as I am following along in a book but I do aspire to create one myself for others. But first I must find my middle ground and that starts with me getting to know who I am. I hope that you follow along and chime in. So happy to receive feedback. Thank you for taking the time out of your day to look over my site. Cheers

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      2. Sharing it still helped me therefore it was very inspiring. I’m hoping to do the same too just little inspiring posts and poems, I do those things a lot and I’d like to share them like you want to too. Yes certainly that’s a massive important part of it. I hope you figure out who you are. Of course, your notifications are tied to my account and email so yeah I hope to keep reading πŸ™‚ no problem at all! I feel more people should take time out of their day to comment on things that help them, like the other day I had a great customer service experience when having a meal and i asked her name, tipped her, and wrote to the restaurant with positive feedback. Sometimes a small thing we do can make a big impact πŸ™‚ keep it going hun! Xx

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