A Potion for Complicated Emotion.


Moving forwards is easy to say.

Doing it though is rather dreary and I must ask is their a fixed pay?

 

Moving forwards helps take you from the now into the future.

Isn’t that better than being stuck in some outdated timed out computer?

 

Moving on helps you reconnect with family and friends.

Who knew reaching out would receive such a variety of hugs and vocal extends.

 

Moving forwards to heal the heart.

Is not easy when some one has wormed a way in and jolted it to jump start.

 

Moving on is the only way to go .

Its hard, especially when the tears refuse to flow.

 

Moving on when you still want to shake hands with your past .

Sounds mad but the heart doesn’t come with a free pass..

 

Moving on and each day will create more  distance.

Not exactly what I want but some other minds  can’t be controlled by my persistence.

 

Moving on need not mean to forget;

but it allows a space for that person to come back when they are ready to let go of their demonised, imagined debt.

* LEARN AND CARRY ON LOVING. LIFE LESSONS*

Finally,

I am trying to increase my word vocabulary so here goes: Use the word ‘selenotropism in a sentence or phrase.

“My biological make up, dictates that I can’t fail ,for like a flower, even on the darkest of nights, the moon will still shine and guide me to a state of selenotropism” ‪#‎wordoftheday‬

DAISY WILLOWS

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34 thoughts on “A Potion for Complicated Emotion.

  1. Very similar to me but mine is always moving forward. Though I am knocking myself sideways and backwards and doing my best. Lots of calls to make, lots to wait for and lots of help needed. I know you are afraid for me and I appreciate the compassion. You and several choice people do care.:)

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    • It is so frustrating. I hear you Paul. Sometimes I wish I could hurry time up but today for the first time I slept the night through. My heart is at peace, my mind seems to be thinking rational again and I am not sad or Angry. I went through hell but I go through it. I do care for you. I do worry. It is just very hard for me to do much except chat with you from the U.K. But things will get better and until then you have us 🙂 xx

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    • Thanks Bradley! It would be easier if a heart and mind could be like a light switch or we could be a psychopath but then I would miss out on all the simple pleasures in life. We make mistakes but I try and take away something positive away from it as hard as it seems at the time of hurting. So mistakes are not that -they are more life lessons. There may be certain ways I went around doing things that I am not proud of but on the other hand,I need and want to do certain things in life. I know this probably sounds a bit cryptic. I may not have all the answers to this last life lesson but I have something and that is better than nothing 🙂 Happy Tuesday x

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  2. Daisy! hi! how are you? long time no hear my friend. I’m back! 🙂

    First off, I love this poem. It speaks to me from the heart and it is truth and honest. Man, I missed reading you. So, how’s you and your husband doing? Hope all is well. 🙂
    I have a surprise coming up for everyone here on WordPress. Stay tune maybe tomorrow or Wednesday. 🙂

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    • Charlie! Charlie! I was thinking about you not so long back! Married life is ………….. not much different tbh. It requires more work and commitment! Learning as I go a long I suppose 🙂 I am so excited for your book! Please let it be accompanied by a small dictionary -it can take me days to try and figure out what you write but it doesn’t stop me trying. You may say you are plastic but with me you nothing but a sweetheart 🙂 YAY! (singing) ‘He’s back in business now. bah da de bah da de bah dah de bad ah…. 🙂

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  3. Hi Daisy, This is a great post, talking about moving on, I want you to move over to my blog and hopefully accept an amazing award I have for you (Its posted today) I think you will like this? Let me know……….lots of love
    Brooke

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  4. Another Super piece, Daisy….I just love this metaphor.. ‘Moving on when you still want to shake hands with your past..’
    Yes! Delightful word…’selenotropism’. Amazing the effect on some plants….and people…of Lady Luna! 😉 Hugs! ❤

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    • Yes! Even if it takes years! 😉 I think personally I am my own worst critic. My own worst enemy. But I am moving forwards. I have worked hard these last 6 years to get to who I was – no! who I am. I got lost. I got hurt. I was warned but that has never stopped me before. Thanks for the hugs.. I have two months to get myself 100% right. I tend to fight even when I don’t want to. Stubborn streak in me. It has been hard to get back to reading blogs. I will get there. xxxxx

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      • We often are our own worst enemy. But try and be kind to yourself Daisy. You’ve obviously been through a lot and you need to be gentle with yourself. Maybe it’s easier said than done but, without knowing your whole story and the time frame of two months, I hope you can just take each day as it comes and find joy and love along the way, no matter how long it takes.
        I’m sure you’ll get there. Sending you even more hugs from across the ocean! xo

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  5. Beautiful message.

    Moving on helps you reconnect with family and friends…
    To me personally im thinking of it as, what if the problem is actually coming from family..
    And what if there arent any friends to move on to with..
    What would you say bud? ☺ – Cezane

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    • I hear what you are saying Cezanne. Here is a conundrum – what if I was trying to reach out to a person and try and be somebody to that person and fucked up by getting drunk and drunk texts that make me sound more crazy than I really am? Life is complicated. I thought I didn’t have friends or family but I started reaching out and found I have more people who love me than I give myself credit for. I think it’s because of low self esteem issues I have worked on over the years.

      I know what it is like to alienate myself to the point where I couldn’t reach out to anybody- That sucked. A lot. I guess because of my own experiences when I recognise some part of me or whatever it may be- I don’t know tbh- I want to be there for people. I hate falling out with people. I hate confrontation. I just want peace and to be friends with people….. Bloody hell – I do go on…….

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