Breaking Out (232 Words)Now is the best time to start. I have thrown myself straight into something that would be great for my future. It is for something I care so much about.
It’s time to break out of my bubble wrapping.
The bubble wrapping that only allowed one other person inside with me.
The bubble wrapping that for some time I still had in affect here.
The thing that has kept me protected for so long but now it’s stretching and it’s ready to burst.
I need to be completely free from it in order to grab this opportunity with both hands. To enjoy its potential. In order to enjoy my new life here at university, enjoy being with the friends I have made here.
I have already started this. I talk much more than I used to, I have much more friends at university than I ever have before. I'm doing positive things with my life and I have never had such an active social life.
As a result, I have been much happier and found myself getting quicker to relax and be true to myself around people.
Goodbye to the WorldIt was a black, black day she woke up for the last time,
Just got on with normal things cause she didn’t know it at the time.
Put on her uniform and she went out the door,
Grabbing her best friends and then jumped into the car,
Driving down that road they had done a million times before.
Little did she know it would be her last.
Out of nowhere another car came into them
And then she said goodbye to the world.
Purple WallsStaring at the walls,
They were purple once.
You can't see what's inside.
This place is now my home,
but it's not where I grew up.
Finding my life,
Finding my dreams.
Where do I want to go from here?
I am such a different person than I was two years ago.
But I like the changes in me.
I'm happy here.
My clock is ticking behind me.
One day it will stop.
How can I reach there with enjoyment?
Keep enjoying life.
All this life and all these friends.
I'm glad to get here.
I'd love to stay here.
Life goes on.
You can hold on to what you love.
You can love life and treasure your memories.
I treasure all the good times I have.
You never know when the clock will stop.