Disenchant.

Have you begun to see the world

If it has yet to break your heart?

– O.D. ©2021

Art by:  Carnegriff

10 Replies to “Disenchant.”

    1. Do you sometimes feel a lot Tara? Like when someone is saying their story and crying you almost feel like crying too?

      I get that way sometimes. If I feel a strong connection with the source. Otherwise If I don’t care I zone out 😅

      1. Your reaction is similar to my own. There are times that I connect deeply but other times, not so much but I definitely have sympathy. I didn’t used to be this way. For most of my life, I was not very emotional. Almost no empathy or sympathy. It wasn’t until I had my son and he died that I felt my heart change. It got very soft. I’m okay with that. I’m more of a human now, than just a person. That was ten years ago.

      2. I’m sorry to hear that. You’ve struck me as being incredibly insightful about a broad array of topics and I always appreciate your perspective. It’s like one of those interactions that often opens up new neural pathways etc

        I had been wondering where you went off to these last few day lol if you hadn’t commented I was gonna have to dig up the ol Gmail and check up on you. Im happy to see you back. Many friends I’ve met on WordPress kinda vanished. I’d like to keep in touch with you for sure.

        Keep that fire burning 🔥

      3. Thank you. I guess I could do a post about my life, such as it is, this past… ehhh, however long it’s been since I’ve done a real post. I’m around, I’ve been very busy. It’s just slowed down about a week ago and I think I’m in this place emotionally (??) where I am feeling quite underappreciated or undesirable… like, what’s the point of me doing any of this?

        You can email me anytime. I’ll be honest. I haven’t read anything on WordPress in several weeks, maybe even a month? (I’m not very good with “time”.) You website was quite literally the only one I looked up and caught up on just now.

        I appreciate you.

        I think we often don’t realize the ways we touch others.

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