Are you an All Over The Place girl? I could be accused of such a thing. I have swings and lows and roundabouts. I demand too much of those around me. I aim too high and crash. I feel bad about this. I often try to take up less room, like a long-limbed dancer at the disco, afraid I’m too much trouble.
So I was sweetly soothed when I came across the words below by artist and poet Cleo Wade.
I like Cleo’s words because they flip the coin called “complex” and show the other side of being a complicated and demanding and uncertain human. Often, on the other side of these bombastically messy traits, is an equally big and useful ability to give and contribute and love.
Indeed, when big love is misunderstood or badly communicated it becomes complicated and demanding and uncertain. A clusterf*ck ensues. So to have things laid out neatly, simply, like this, in prose, is good news for the heart.
Don’t you think? Any other social accounts that deliver equally nice words you want to share with everyone here?