Euphoria

Jecel Marie Manabat | March 7, 2017

For a moment it was love
Until it turned to an addiction,
Something they couldn’t let go,
One they couldn’t throw.

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For a moment it was love
Until it ate away their dreams;
Throwing away responsibilities
They made a world only they live.

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For a moment it was love
Until it killed both their souls,
Sucking each other’s lives
Until what’s left was a hole.

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For a moment it was love
Until it no longer satisfied
Each other’s desires
And they went in search for more.

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They went back to their good, old friends
Who slapped reality to their faces.
They left each other broken
But about that no one has spoken.

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Questions & Patience

After a long time, I finally decided to attend a Sunday service again. The topic was love. Patience.

Days before that, I had lots of questions about faith and about God. I had lots of questions that no one dared to answer, or at least it’s because I’ve had courage to ask only a few trusted people. Still, I consider those questions valid. They’re real and they matter. Because they’re about God. They’re about life.

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