Freedom

In what world is it possible to open up about everything to anybody? Okay let’s just not talk about anybody; she couldn’t even talk about everything to a shrink in a nutshell. She thinks, “Something’s could only remain protected as long as they’re inside of her because if they are out, she’ll become naked”. But sometimes, she’s full… more than full. Her classiness doesn’t allow her to take daring steps but ah what if there were no limits, no boundaries? The mere thought enlightens something inside her, something that’s the complete opposite of her survival. The survival…she’s perplexed as if the word fits her plastic life…

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11 Comments Add yours

  1. ivors20 says:

    I think we’re all protective of our inner selves, and that may vary from person to person, but basically our real/true thoughts are too scary for those close to us, to peruse.

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  2. true..and i think deep down somewhere, we are scared to let go of those thoughts so we hold on to them so tight that they find the easy way out

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  3. WaltPage says:

    I believe that, as writers, our written words are often a veiled attempt to free ourselves. To lift the burden of holding things in. And if it helps, then that’s OK 🙂

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    1. soiba says:

      That’s so true…and yes it helps 🙂

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  4. Well, blogging gives a platform to speak with no boundaries at all. Keep writing the stuffs that you keep inside. Keep it up.

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    1. soiba says:

      Yes that’s the plan :):)

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  5. umaima12 says:

    I love that blog ❤❤❤

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    1. soiba says:

      Thank you so much Umaima ❤

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      1. umaima12 says:

        Your most welcome ❤

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  6. Reminds me so much of an old friend of mine, really great post here

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    1. soiba says:

      Thank you for liking and commenting 🙂

      Like

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