Passion Is Me

If you ask me to describe passion, I’ll be tempted to say, “me”.
I feel and see so deeply, everything I do or say seems exaggerated.
Whatever I feel, be it love, hate, anger, joy, I feel on a different level, I feel wholly.
You see people walking around you, I see lives walking around me. You see a
movie, I see creativity. You dance to music, I feel music.
I am not ordinary but I act like I am because I need to communicate and not
scare people away. All my life, I’ve only met one human whose depth of soul
I admire and whose level matches mine; her name is Temi.
She is poetic from her soul and she doesn’t keep anything back. She says it all.
I want to say it all, but I hide and I get so filled up with all these wonderful
thoughts and they just die inside me.
Passion is what I am; no one sees it but I feel it.
If you are like me, then you hear these a lot; “dude it’s not that serious”,
“it’s not that deep”,”Why so personal?” These statements or questions drive you into your shell. They cause you to hide how amazing you are, how brutally true you are.
Please do not fall victim. Passion is beautiful; let it out. Let your soul out.
The world needs people who take things personal, people who see beyond the ordinary.
The world needs more people like us. Don’t hide.

Yilsoem.

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3 comments

  1. Dejoke · February 26, 2016

    I admire the use of your words to express yourself. “Soul,” “Poetic,” “Feel,” “Depth,” and “Wholly.” The way these words are strung together with the other words in the sentences takes the meaning to a deeper level. It helps the reader see beyond the words on the page and into the heart of the writer. And I can relate to this article right here. Indeed “Passion is beautiful,” and it must not be hidden.

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    • yilsoem · February 27, 2016

      I truly appreciate your comment Anjola. I’m happy you feel the depth of write up

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      • Dejoke · March 1, 2016

        Lol, just seeing this. You’re welcome dear.

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