-Feelings-

September 20, 2007
By Eunice Lee, Boyds, MD

Happiness is the ten minutes on snooze.
Saddness is knowing there are no more lime popsicle.
Anger is knowing who has the last lime popsicle.
Love is when your heart is missing and you know who stole it.
Kindness is buying a yummy chipotle burrito to eat but giving it to the homeless guy across the street.
Excitment is running from the cops when theres no reason.
Depression is having your teeth yanked out and not getting the lollipop.
Being afraid is being home alone during a thunderstorm.
And being strong is having your heart ripped out but picking up the pieces and moving on.
It maybe our feelings that keeps us alive, but our definitions that show it.


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