Something’s Are Better Left Incomplete 


That haunting feeling,
The hollowness of it all,
You are not enough,
Are you even good enough? 

The doubt pour in through the door
And you no longer know how to shut them out,
They race, leave you breathless
In that moment, you feel everything falling away,
That one thing possesses your very soul
And you question the fibre of your being.

That haunting feeling,
The hollowness of it all,
You are not enough,
Are you even good enough? 

The attention, you doubt
You wonder what warranted that,
At times like this,
You delude yourself into believing the worst in you,
Haven’t you too?

That haunting feeling,
The hollowness of it all,
You are not enough,
Are you even good enough? 

This moment,
Flashing right beneath your veins,
The strain right behind your eyes,
The world seems like an awful place,
You’ve been there too, haven’t you?

That haunting feeling,
The hollowness of it all,
You are not enough,
Are you even good enough? 

It is a process,
To get through these days,
As they rush past you,
Shake your very core
Wondering if you’ll always stay this incomplete
Searching everywhere for those parts of you,
The ones you’ve discarded or modified along the way, 
Wishing you were as pure as the day you were born,
Hoping that someday you’d be as incredible as they advertise people can be.

That haunting feeling,
The hollowness of it all,
You are not enough,
Are you even good enough? 

These incomplete wanderings knock on your conscience,
And you unravel as easily as possible
But my dear, I’d hang in there
Today is just another day,
Incomplete, 
Awful, but just a speck, nevertheless.

I’d want you to say this all to me,
I know I would.
The stars they align,
In random formation that we cannot read,
They hear us out, our souls incomplete.

We just need to find those pieces,
On some other day –  not today
Maybe today is just meant for stargaze.

___________

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