Poem of the Day:  I Care For You (Feelings Run Deep)

Emotions run deep, I think of you constantly.  Always on my mind you make me so damn happy.  Publicly I never speak of you and me because things work better when they are kept privately.  Cautiously I navigate through this life trying my best not to make mistakes or dwell on the thoughts and events of past days.  You’re special to me and you get the upmost deserving treatment, more than I have done before.  It’s different now because you are the one I truly care for.  You are the one who I will always be there for.  I pray for a great outcome but life is crazy and you don’t know what it has in store for you.  You’re beautiful and incredible though you don’t like compliments, I only speak facts.  This is just my observation.  To say I’ve been waiting for someone like you is an over statement.  Let’s build and grow this into something amazing.  Pay the outsiders no attention because they only mention things that they don’t comprehend.  They fail to see the potential.  This is my attempt to write something displaying my emotions but more than words is what you deserve.  So I’ll let my actions speak louder.  I hope they are heard……..

Thought of the Day:

I’m sure a lot of my friends and people who read this will probably be upset that I’m saying this, some will call me a sellout or Uncle Tom but fuck it lol.  I don’t get why people will go protest another group’s protest.  That’s setting yourself up for conflict.  That’s way too many emotions gather in one area.  Like if the KKK wants to protest at city hall for an issue why would people go there the same day to oppose it.  Why not do your own rally at a different day or someone where else. You may not like someone’s opinion but at least respect it.  When there’s a BLM protest you have counter protestors.  When there’s an pro Trunp rally you have counter protestors.  But why?  We are in the Digital Information Age and everyone’s thoughts and options can be heard in an instance.  There are multiple outlets and platforms to voice your inalienable right to free speech.  It doesn’t have to be at the same time that someone else does it.  I am not speaking my opinion on the events that took place in Charlottesville only wondering in general about protests.  I think it’s a fair question to ask.