school, teachers

For Anytime Later, I’ll Never Get Out

I was confused.

& I will always be. But I’m trying to change that, so I’d have a little belief.


Today, I talked to my teacher.

My heart felt a little free.

His words brought me a sense of reality.

Something that shook me out of my stupidity.

And I can’t believe that, really?

So now, there are so many things to be changed.

But none of which requires someone to be blamed.

I now need to stick to a path.

Which obstacles should I encounter must be faced with a laugh.

Laughing aside, my mind must stay clear.

Of what I want, I’m still (fully) not sure.

Even though the rough edges are slowly drafted out,

But the path to the end point is still filled with doubts.

All these while, I’ve been spreading my efforts too much on back-ups,

Too much to tackle, hence things are not letting up.

I’m deluded, I’m scared, I’m worried, I’m in pain,

But now I know my mistakes, so I hope my efforts won’t be in vain.

So thank you, teacher, for telling me now,

For anytime later, I’ll never get out.

It’s still too soon to say

if things will go this way.

But at least I know that today paves way for many other good days.

The advices you gave gave me a hint

To what I really want, even if it is just a chink.

So thank you, teacher, for telling me now,

For anytime later, I’ll never get out.

I may overplay or dramatize these things,

But my mind does this, so I have no control on how to think.

It may be just me, I’d like to believe,

Nonetheless, I’ll try to solve my disease.

So thank you, teacher, for telling me now,

For anytime later, I’ll never get out.

Advertisements

Leave some potato love! I'd love to hear from you.

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s