Writing prompt #44: Write a poem based on a dream you had. Try to reproduce the sensations of the dream. Continue reading “Writing Prompt #44”
Writing Prompt #39: What are Some Things I am grateful for that I couldn’t live without
For this Writing Prompt Wednesday, is a prompt from Writers Write. A website where I get most of my Prompts from. https://writerswrite.co.za/daily-writing-prompt-785/
If you could be invisible for a day, write down 3 things you would do if you knew you can get away with it
Write down 3 things I would do if I was invisible and I can get away with things
What you think
I would rob a bank
I might take somebody life as well
I don’t have to worry about someone trying to tell
That last one was kind of off the rails
But hell I would rob a store
A lot of robbing here but I’m invisible
Take some iPhones and computers from a apple store
Sell them fast
For a a lot of cash
Try and double the amount from what I took from the bank
Come back to reality and live the rest of my life without anyone having a clue
But what would you do
Writing Prompt 33: Write an open letter to a group of people
Sometimes I try and put myself in your shoes and try to see the world from your point of view. But it still doesn’t give me a clue to why your filled with hatred. You hate me because of how I look. Not how I act or live. No matter how much someone tries and sugar coat it. The overbearing hatred for me and my people is crazy.
How do you look at me and is automatically filled with hate? The fact that others like you have been around for centuries and decades is why this continues to be a problem. Then there’s no getting through to you or others like you. If we could talk things out maybe me and you could get a better grasp on this thing called life.
You have to understand that we are all important. We were all born into this life with different circumstances. Your view is different from mines. But if you would listen then you would understand. The problems I face you don’t face because you don’t get this treatment.
One thing I’ve always wished for is
Today, this moment right now. You’re probably reading and wondering what I’m talking about. But today is my operation day. I imagine I’m in a deep sleep with a smile on my face because I finally got what I wished for. The chance to lose weight and keep it off.
This journey has been long but I made it long. I told myself I couldn’t lose the weight before I ever stepped foot in the gym. I downplayed my own ability. I started this process at 434 pounds. Heck, I even made a poem about it back in 2016. Threatening to disable it.
I lost some weight and felt like the king of the world. Until I gained 20 pounds. Then after that, I found myself on a never-ending elevator. My weight went up for one appointment. Went down the next. I made this process hard.
Once I finally got it through my head I can do it. I dropped my weight to the lowest weight I had seen since high school. When I thought this day would never come it did. I got the one thing I really wanted this year. The gastric sleeve surgery.
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