A poem for the ending of March

Hey Tomodachi’s,

How are you all this wonderful Friday afternoon? I am doing perfectly fine. My 29th birthday was speny peacefully with my family last week Sunday and I am trying to live my life the best way I can, one day at a time.

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Hello Tomodachi’s,

How are you this fine Friday afternoon? I think I may be getting another cold going by my runny nose, slightly irritated throat and constant sneezing. I did not get over my last cold barely even a week ago. How disappointing that I may end up getting it again…

Anyway, as I wrote on my last blog post on Monday, I had my spoken word performance on Wednesday evening. It seems to have gone pretty well when I think back on the crowd’s reaction to my performance. If you are interested in watching the live videos I had posted you can always go to my Angie’s Inspiration page on Facebook and check them out. I intend to make a mini video of my day leading up to the event and parts of the event itself if I get the chance to do so.

I may not be some genius poet of the sort but I try my best in all that I do. I look up despite my failures, nervousness and being (considered) not good enough. I refuse to remain staring down at my feet because of my insecurities. For how will I know what may or may not lie ahead if I am always staring down?

Anyway, the poem below expresses exactly how I feel and in just a few words. I hope you enjoy it and I will see you all next time. Take care and have a great day everyone!

A poetic kind of day

Konnichiwa Tomodahi’s,

How is everyone doing? I was just thinking about how it has been a while since I last posted anything poetic on my blog. Today feels like a poetic kind of day if you know what I mean. So, I decided to post another poem of mine since it has been quite a while since I last posted one of my own.

Though I have already posted this poem some time back, I made some changes to it and I was wondering if you could spot the difference, if you are even able to find the previous version of this poem, that is.

If you do not care much about spotting the difference between this poem and the previous version then I hope you just enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing and improving on it. I hope you take care and have a great day.