Ever feel like you’re floating, watching your body go through motions? Watching the world pass you by, not knowing how to stop time and catch up?

Slow down. Slow down.
It doesn’t,
it never does.
I never get caught up.

I wonder what will happen, the day where I fall back into my body. Everything will hit me at once, all of the things that I can’t place my finger on. Will it hurt? Will I implode?

One night I walked on the bridge and stopped to stare down at the slow moving water. Come on, catch up. Catch up. Catch up. For a moment, I thought I had. But I didn’t. Years and years are blurs of faded colors that resemble something I cannot quite place.

Does anyone account for time? Is time even real?

Forever floating.
I wonder.


2 thoughts on “Floating

  1. I’ve been giving a lot of thought on what to say to this, obviously since you were next to me when I read it. Sometimes moments in life will fly by, but honestly I think instead of focusing on all the ones that have come and gone in a whirlwind, try just holding on to the ones that really matter as they come up.

    I think I had a more poetic way to say it in my head and lost it about the time I started smashing keys on my keyboard. In any case, it’s easy to look at the past and see it come and gone. Just try to be in the moment, with your husband, who loves you very, very,extremely much!!!


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