Fear comes in various forms of self-expression.

Never censored. Always provoking. Leaving an impression.

You paint a story to directly enact desire in oneself. An attempt to influence opinion or take up preventive or direct action. To achieve a particular objective, and involve the use of pressure. Fear is your persuasion. Sometimes the answer.

Depending how you interpetate. You may hide, run or fall. The colors make sense of it all.

Encouraged when you are blue, in need of gold, or times of gray.

One characteristic over another. Creating a very unique but sometimes dark color.

A visual expression of objection, by words, to particular events, and situations. As like graffiti that can take many different forms so does your fears and so does your actions.

Never just black and white, your individual mark and story. Deep inside our very soul making their own opinions.
From your ancestors before you. Heard like shouts. Your thoughts are “out and about.”

There like spray painted on that wall, says a statement. “like you, your words won’t fall.”

Don’t seek out for safety. Step back. See, to be mesmerized it is you chasing colors on that wall.

I’m the artist to this canvas.

This is what makes us who we are.

My thoughts used to be vivid.

Disappear into the dark.

I’m left with fear.

Don’t look back.

Act like if I was never here.

 

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Comments
  1. I needed to thank you for this great read!! I definitely having fun with every little bit of it I’ve you bookmarked to take a look at new stuff you put up

    • sicklabz says:

      I love that you enjoyed this post. I had a blast doing this one in particular. I felt more alive then i had ever. Just doing things you never saw yourself doing and then doing it the next day! I need to live by this because it is only when you do something that you are not necessarily comfortable with that you actually grow as a person.

      jet

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