O v e r f l o w

In Psychology they say,
the glass will be half empty
or half full based on
how you see it,

on my way home
late last night,
I paused a minute
to look up
to the hundreds
of the stars I can see,
and the thousands more
I cannot see.

For some reasons
they reminded me
of the many things that stains
my heart with melancholy,
and the much more things
unknown to me
that should paint me happy.

So I choose
to start my journey
to discovering
each unchartered joys
life has hidden for me.

I’m sure the glass
will not only be full,
it
will
overflow.

02.25.2018
©2018 Rosemawrites@A Reading Writer. All Rights Reserved.
Photo by Yeshi Kangrang on Unsplash

Happy Monday, everybody! 🙂

30 thoughts on “O v e r f l o w

  1. This is lovely and flowing. Though it’s tempered as the narrator is sad, it’s also so hopeful because you are looking at your life and dealing with wha5 you have, knowing your so blessed despite sadness. I lobe the line about your cup “overflowing” not only the relation to scripture, but your hopeful and inspired look on life. All the best my friend.

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