Another Ode to the daily grind

It seems to be all I talk about right? Contemplating normalcy, my own day to day existence. Wishing, and hoping for more to come, a break from all the normal I seem to be drowning in. Times like this are the ones that are the worst for my self worth. I start to feel as though I’ve come back to square one, again, for the umpteenth time, I am here. Wracking my brain for options and yet my mind is blank. Here I sit, taking down all of my woes in writing, continuing to be unheard and unseen for the weirdo that I am. All of this because I can’t seem to find my escape, and let me tell you, going nowhere is the difficult part. Going nowhere is more terrifying than anything else, because in going nowhere you know you will be trapped in the normalcy forever. All the years of being misunderstood, under appreciated, and frankly just ignored. All those years will come to mean nothing except more of the same. More of feeling voiceless, feeling lonely, feeling tired of it all. So here, I come back to talk about square one, talk about all of the daily normal that drowns out the individual voice, the cries are loud, maybe someday people will actually listen to them. In listening to them, maybe they will hear their own echos of the same feelings. I know breaking the mold is intimidating, but I know that we are better off breaking the mold together.

One thought on “Another Ode to the daily grind

  1. You have friends, people are listening to and reading your words. We all have the same struggles with our relevancy in these times. It’s probably not much different than it’s always been, but it’s you and now.
    I see that Lunaiswriting liked your post. Go to hers if you haven’t already, you are both paddling in the same boat. I gave her encouragement that will apply to you also. You will find your course, keep searching, but in the meantime, work hard at what you currently do, take pride in what you do, be the best at what you do and be creative in your thinking.

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