What the heart wants. 

There’s no right path,

Nor a rule book that dictates,

What the heart can and cannot desire.

There’s never a right person,

Nor the right time,

Two hearts simply come together when they do.

There’s no right kind of love,

To each his own,

Some last and some don’t.

And the ones that never make it,

And their memories that lie buried deep within,

Are ironically more cherished.

© Abirami

Music

Tip tappin of the toes

Swaying heads with satisfied smiles

And all the hearts are full,

From the memories that come rushing.

All that we’re looking for,

Is a voice in the dark.

A whole fire lights up,

From that little spark.

When the words you hear,

Hit so close to home,

And you’re walking on common ground,

Its not so lonely any more.

© Abirami

Complete 

Have you ever felt so complete?

A heart so full that it could explode,

Into little pieces of nerve wrecking joy.

Sometimes it’s a good thing

To feel the weight of the world on your shoulders,

If it is your little girl asking for rides on your back.

Sadness can be a happy emotion

When it is felt for the loss of a loved one

You are lucky to have loved and lost.

Shot up nerves is the rawest of passion

When you’re on that first date,

And you can’t get over his smile.

© Abirami

Parting of the Ways

The worst kind of fall,

Is when you give your all.

It shatters your bones

And muffles your moans.

In a lover’s way

Comes unexpected barriers.

For the heart that swears to stay,

If often the one that wavers.

As if promises of forever

Are only made to be broken.

There is no hope for love

Unless time stands frozen.

© Abirami

A Guide to Teenage Survival

  1. Make yourself a cave. I’m serious. Build a fortress of solitude to wait out the hormonal phases you will be thrown into. It could be anything! Your room, a small hallway at school, a tree house in a dingy park. Just make sure it has Netflix and a popcorn machine and you’ll be fine!
  2. Develop deaf ears. It helps in dealing with all the haters! It should work in most cases. If not, just feed them to the first bear you can find.
  3. Driving is a very very important skill. When the struggle is real, you can just drive away from all your problems. It’s easier and faster than running away from your problems.
  4. Music is your one true friend. No matter what, a pair of head phones can fix anything. Use it like a shield. Turn up that bass and drown out the noise!
  5. Relationships are complicated! So stay away from any human contact. I told you your cave would be useful, didn’t I?
  6. Make a sign saying, “Go away” for when you run into mind numbingly stupid people. Yeah! You know the ones. It will happen a LOT! Now you won’t have to waste a single breath on them.
  7. When your parents ask you a question and it’s about you doing something you shouldn’t have, just tell the truth. Seriously! Chances are they already know. Parents get real crafty as you grow up!
  8. When you’re given advice, the right thing to do is to nod like a bobble head! If you’re planning actually paying attention and reacting to everything you hear, good luck dude. See you in the afterlife!

I hope that was useful 😀 if not, I hope you had a good laugh at the least! What are your thoughts? Please leave a comment. Thank you for reading!

– The Obsessive Writer

The Break-Up

She decided to bite the bullet and return his things.

T-shirts, Keys and a lot of memories were packed.

Just as she started to walk away from his door where she had dropped off the boxes, her phone chimed.

“What about my heart?”,read the text message.

© Abirami

Woes of Adolescence

One moment I’m smiling,

The next I run and hide.

For a while now,

It’s been a roller coaster ride.

Trust comes easily,

And so does affection.

Followed by betrayal,

And a wounded heart.

I feel the weight of the world,

As it comes crashing down.

On my feeble shoulders,

Made heavy by bitter words.

© Abirami

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