The cotton pashmina that veiled the lady’s beautiful mind – it fluttered in the gentle wind as she glided gallantly down the ivory steps of the ruins of the fire-beaten Colossal pillars, her velvety dress sailing along. Nothing was visible save her darkly distinguishable kohl hazel-brown eyes. The light that shone through those piercing eyes burned everything she saw into flames. But she did not seem afraid.
In a second little fairies appeared in the air; they flew around her, following her in a little camaraderie. They tweeted cheerfully, with such childlike merriment and vigor. She did not stop in her march.
Where did she come from? Why was she heading to the fire with such passionate intent?
Listen… listen closely. Feel… feel naturally. Think… think carefully. Life waltzes in its own majestic ways. No one could ever imagine how journeys would end, drastically, or with a tinge of fantasy. One may lose himself in the tangle of cobwebs, but yes, he will cut his way out and yes, he will find his way through. Darkness may plunge the anguished soul into the depths of the abyss where gargantuan monsters lie, waiting to gulp down a good meal. Gunshots may fell the body into pits of raging fire, melting the skin, eating away at the muscles.
But you know what? He will make it through. He will push his way up, regardless of how thick the gooey mess he is in. He will emerge from the pain of having his growing body held captive in the seemingly shrunken cocoon.
Today is Malaysia Day, and I have been spending the early hours of the morning to contact a few psychologists for interviews as part of my university project. I have also spent a huge amount of time talking to my business partners about the event I am planning to hold soon.
The searing pain in the head; let it go, let it go. It is hard to forget the past so sweet and which told of a future that was meant to be. It is all a learning process anyhow, although it is hard to accept. If only time could turn back its hands and work in reverse.
But how is that even possible?
I made a vow when I left: That I am going to heal like the issue never existed in the first place. I am going to swing on my chandelier from out of your grasp, back to where I belong. I am very aware of my points of origin, and whatever else I am doing. I have given my best, too. It is only for you to take it or leave it. Whatever it is, you are still a part of me.