She was a prisoner in her own thoughts. And a prisoner in her own feelings. Emotions trapped in a cage with spaces of escape but feelings of fear, anxiety, and sadness. She was stuck in a world of chaos. A world so chaotic where strangers became friends..
Friends into strangers.
Friends into lovers.
Lovers into enemies.
Enemies into strangers.
And eventually...love into hate.
She was a prisoner in her own emotions. Emotions held in where outbursts became like an erupting volcano. Eruptions due to the magma that rises up, finding cracks and weaknesses in the Earth's crust. Eruptions of lava and ash down the steep mountain. Mountains who stood still despite the flow of burning lava. The flow in which seemed to be a never ending cycle. The flow in which seeped through the cracks and made its way down the mountain. To burn and to ruin the landscape created from the God above. To ruin the beauty of his creation.
She was a prisoner in her own emotion until the day darkness became light. The day a prisoner was free. Free from imprisonment. Free from the feelings of lonesome. Free from the feelings of doubt. Free from the feelings of hate and anger. Free from the box that seemed to only get smaller. She was a prisoner set free. The mountain that stood still, still stood. The leaves still blew in the direction of the wind. The birds still chirped and the sun still shined.
She generated a sense of freedom that essentially became feelings of happiness and relief. It was the decision to finally let go to what was tying her down and to stop being a prisoner of her own thoughts. It was the decision to finally say enough is enough. It was the decision to finally let go and let God. A decision so wise to where a prisoner is now set free and never looking back. Never looking back to what hurt her. Never looking back to what traumatized her. Never looking back to events that broke her spiritually, physically, and mentally. Forgiving those who hurt her and never looking back to what could potential bring her back to a world so dark, so cold. Never looking back at the moment that made her feel trapped...she is free.
Free to live.
Free to love.
Free to express.
And now free to inspire.