This past few weeks, they were all about rejections. I was left helpless but thank god, never alone. And as I wasn't in any power nor possession to say 'I won't take no for an answer', the best available solution is to always walk away and wait for the long awaiting acceptance.

If and I mean, if only there was one.

From the other end of the phone, she spilled yet another disappointment. Telling me to 'never grow up!'. I sunk myself deep under my thick red blanket.

This was once my fortress, this thick red blanket. It's where I hide myself from all the bad monsters I watched on the tube. It's the only place in the world where my Uncle's red eye vampire should never find me.

I am breathing another defeat but it is always good to feel home again.


| Larasephia | said...

should you have a heart to lend me that thick red blanket, I too, would at least feel at home again.
because right now I am everywhere but home
and I'm doomed.

skandaLdariLangit said...

home sweet home.

can u plz lend m dat thick red blnket?

oh. sorry. i hv one already :)

Judiene said...

Don't feel sorry for yourself just because you've been rejected over and over again.
Rejection is another way of learning.
By rejection, you can improve whatever that needs to be improved.
This sound cliche but it's all true.


- koroe - said...

rejection is a normal thing man.

don't be upset.

it makes you stronger.