Attitude check – #Bloganuary 2022 – Day 1

can’t you see

I want forever

to be me

can’t you see

I want forever

someone to care

can’t you see

I want forever

to be my morrow

and not see

my life

blowin’ in the wind

Today’s a great day to blog, and the Bloganuary prompt is:

What advice would you give to your teenage self?

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About Eugenia

“Sometimes, the most meaningful messages are shared through the fewest words.” - Julie B. Campbell
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  1. Great advice

  2. To my teen self… let go of angst, be more helpful and smile more!!
    All the best to you my dear friend! Thank you for all your prompts.
    It has and will continue to be a joy to share writing with you! 💕

  3. Invest in yourself…education, job experience, independence, preferably before you commit to someone or have a family. However, it is never too late to invest in yourself…it’s just a little more complicated if you have family responsibilities.

    Your poem is lovely and wise, Eugi!

  4. Happy New Year from Brothers Campfire! Blessings to you and yours! 🤠🔥✨🧨

  5. Wow! Great.

  6. Nope, Not Pam

    Very appropriate for the prompt. Never heard of this one though 🧐

  7. Wonderful & Poignant poem Eugi!!!
    I can so relate to your words. Thank you for sharing another beautiful poem.
    ((hugs)) BellaSita Mum (Sherri-Ellen) & purrss BellaDharma

  8. When we are young we want forever. As we age we learn that forever is not what we thought. We learn that forever like life, always changing shape and substance, Forever is the future, wherever that may be.

  9. You are very welcome Eugi!
    Wee <3 <3 you!

  10. Blowing in the wind indeed! And very short-lived!

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