June 24, 2019

First World Problems. 

 

-Individuality.

An idea omitted and replaced with affinity towards identical thinking.

-Identity.

Established through the perception of others.

                 -Selfless Disposition.

Terminology that has been joylessly expunged from souls, replaced with envy and greed.

Compassion.

A subject caught up, lost, and drifted away like stubborn waves of the sea.

Generosity

A word gone to hibernate for the winter, never to return from its gloomy cave.

-Happiness.   

Gained from ownership of material items, manifested through flashy colors and gaudy gadgets.

 

These ideals of the present are the demise of our future.

Published by Angela Prendergast

Angela Prendergast is a 24-year-old sister, daughter, friend, lover of writing and recent college graduate. She studied English Education at Millersville University of Pennsylvania. Throughout her four years of college, she fell in love with the art of writing and the power of words. As a way to express her powerful emotions, she began privately writing prose poems in her writer's notebook. After gaining confidence and realizing that her thoughts could help others, she decided to publish her poems in a collection. In her completed book, her poems provide young adults with relatable themes in a world, categorized by highs and lows, that is constantly changing.

2 thoughts on “June 24, 2019

  1. I have relatives from other countries, third world, and they are truly good, friendly people. Of course, you can meet someone good or bad, but in my experience, we’re a cold country. When I had to stay in a group home, the asians said they couldn’t believe I didn’t live with family.

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