Half a Coin

We are two sides of the same coin.

We think we are different,
Because we are looking at opposite directions.

We fail to realize we are ultimately one being,
Because we can’t see each other.

Only if we split ourselves into halves,
Break ourselves apart,
Then we are able to look at each other.

But how do we do that without killing each other in the process?
And what good does that do?

We’d be worthless to each other.
We’d hate ourselves for being just half of who we are.

Maybe we should just accept the fact that we are too similar and too different at the same time.

That we are essentially together,
Yet alone.

(In response to Retta’s writing about hurting ourselves and our other half)

13 JANUARY 2016, 09:01 pm


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