Everything I lost
Have you ever sat to wonder about the objects, life, and hope that we lose everyday? Do you wonder about what your obituary says? I know I do. I’m going to walk myself through a little darkness here.
Everything I lost,
spans from Washington, to main,
For every state a reason,
For every person a fault,
We are crawling in our heads,
losing our balance on a tight rope,
For Everything I lost,
I never could of guessed,
You’d be a loss,
I ponder why we lose things. Why we lose ourselves in front of a little black screen? Why we can’t say what we mean and mean what we say? There are plenty of things lost in the fray of the years I was born. I’ve lost my innocent ganter when I could run outside and play all day- and sometimes into the night. Instead, I play video games ritually diving myself into immersive worlds already created for me, and play out stories that take my mind to a new world.
I’ve lost my hope as it spun down a whirlwind of loss. Witnessed suicide from a drug, and wondered why someone so young would play a game with death like that. I’ve lost my mind believing in love when I really should be soul searching. From all the things I’ve lost, I never would of guessed myself would be the biggest.
The ultimate question we ask ourselves is who are we? How do we go about our life when the world is over run with greed, betrayal, hate, and suggestive love? How do we overcome everyone who has no desire to be kind, to be gentle, and to be right?
Today, I wonder. I wonder how someone can ask for people to pay for a background check on an apartment- when background checks are pretty much free. Today I wonder how it is our rents get higher but our pay checks don’t. My life has been full of ups and downs. Loosely given, I think I am losing hope in humanity. We are losing ourselves in the chaos of breeding money.
If your like me you wonder what people would say about you at your funeral, what did we leave behind, and why did we make the decisions we made. A fake obituary is a great way to see what you think people would remember and why. But I think its a great way to figure out where you are heading in life like a little light shining.
IN LOVING MEMORY
Jessica Danielle Cote- Michaud
Jessica Danielle Cote- Michaud 30 passed away on October 31stafter a struggle with a stranger for a stuffed Evee in Tokyo Japan. She was born in Backus William Hospital, CT. She would be married but only to a cat, and as time passed she left behind only words of wisdom to the future.
I would hope my obituary is a little bit deeper than this but I want to know what your obituaries look like, and what you guys have lost?