Liliana EL.


Such Life, Untrue


Grace in living in my stream of gratefulness
Reading on and on
Proven articles
Research on being happy

This is me
I'm the one
Can you feel it?
Tell me about our relationship

Saying yes, absolutely
to all of these notes they are listing
Inspiration
Guidance, information

Carry me
My breath and poise upon this earth

Opening up to me
Feel my happy bliss come unto thee

No debts
Enlightenment

Regrets are not a thing
Past memories, reminisce
The present moment
Are you living in it?
Tell me, describe what you see and feel

Open up your wounds
For stitched up and hidden is not a wound truly healed

Imperfections, none
Tell me, which do you see

Describing myself
Perfect, blissful, grateful, happy

Now, tell me, who are you?
Oh, what will you become?

Perhaps I am a floater
A loyal one, though
Making my landings, I am all present, my attention at full

I'll lead you away
I'll lead you to see better days

A life one is living must be a life that is true
Oh, how people exhaust themselves without ever granting breaks
Beating themselves up
Mindset: negative
Feeling and believing worse than should ever be

Blind and deceived
Fools to society

My dear friends,
follow me

Submitted: Thursday, February 06, 2014

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