Anxiety, Creative Writing, Education, poetry, Uncategorized, Writing

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.

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June 17, 2019

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Here is a sonnet I wrote about the sun. I hope you enjoy.

Aurora

A sonnet by Angela Prendergast.

 

Morning, gleaming bright, blinding

The middle child of the great beyond

Darkness drifts away in fright

Summer flowers; delicacy grows so fond.

 

Soundless, it rises and falls

Squinty eyes, liquid tears below

A march of the day, standing tall

Kisses all, from friend to foe.

 

Bright, bold, beacon of hope

An endless cycle to return

Lambent, luminous; all awoke

Steady, lessons for each child to learn.

 

More than the size of this sphere; fervent, bold

You allow human life to behold.

 

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OVERTHOUGHT THOUGHTS OF A 21-YEAR-OLD by Angela Prendergast

Thank you for the post 🙂

❧Defining Ways❧

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A Prose Poetry Collection

Tic-Toc goes the clock. It is 2 a.m., the mind is racing. This poetry collection portrays the thoughts, perhaps overthought, of a vulnerable 21-year-old discovering who she is and what she stands for against the negativity around her. Falling victim to overthinking resulted in the creation of these prose poems that discuss everyday struggles and emotions.
Love, loss, time, and identity are a few themes highlighted in the poems that truly evoke raw emotions, and display the struggles of a young adult trying to find her clarity in a cluttered world.
 

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March 6th, 2019

After much growing and maturing, I have learned to put the breaks on my emotional reactions. I am a born and raised Italian.. it is in my blood to react quickly and become sassy! However, the past few years have taught me a lot. Pause.

After many experiences with irrational people, I have evolved. I was tired of fighting back with people who could never be wrong. Now I no longer give a reaction to negativity. I think it is extremely important to remember to PAUSE. Do not let emotions cloud judgement and reactions to minor annoyances. If someone is irrational, you will never win. Playing into their games and reacting will spark up their fire. Don’t give their narcissistic drama the time of day or your precious energy; that is YOUR energy and they do not deserve to drain it from you. I remember this by repeating the word “unbothered” to myself in these tempered situations. I challenge you to do the same.

Just tell them to SWERVE and walk away.

Much love. XoXo. Angela