And reality will sink in.

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The city around me

looks like a ticking time bomb.

At any moment,

it will explode into pieces

and it will burn to ashes

and reality will sink in.

 


 

The city around me

looks like a movie scene in filming.

At any moment,

these four walls will fall

the green screen will go green again

and reality will sink in.

 


 

And I will finally wake up

from this dream I’ve been living in

and reality will sink in.

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16 thoughts on “And reality will sink in.

    1. evanaweb says:

      I am trying.. I wish I could let it sink in… But sometimes I am walking around in the streets and I feel like this is all a lie.. I can’t quite explain it… And even though I’ve been here for more than two months… Maybe I’m doing it to protect myself when coming back, since I’m leaving in less than a month… That way, if it’s a dream, it will be easier…

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      1. evanaweb says:

        Thank you ❀ I have been having a great time, this is true… It has had it's ups and downs, since this is probably the best and most difficult thing I have ever done, moving to a different country, by myself, and barely knowing the language.. But through the difficulties I have definitely gotten to learn myself better and grown from them πŸ’ͺ

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      2. Sundaram Chauhan says:

        That’s it! Take the learning and the additional muscles you must have acquired, and step ahead in life. You will one day thank all the difficulties you are facing today… πŸ€˜βœŒπŸ‘πŸ‘

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    1. evanaweb says:

      I know!! It’s almost as if for all the happiness you feel you have to feel an equal amount of pain after, sort of like newtons second law of phyiscs if you’re familiar, where for every action there is an equal reaction… Anyway, I’m making crazy connections again, thank you for reading ❀ and I'm glad to support you and vote for you, you deserve it ❀

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      1. M.P. Powers says:

        Yup. well, just don’t let your worries get in the way of enjoying your last month there. I visited Italy two summers ago, just for a few days, but it got into me (in a good way), even more after I left. I’m sure it’ll be the same with you.

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