Having it All by Stephanie Langley
I had the job
I bought the house
I had the looks
I’d found the one
I followed the rules
I reached my goals
I was successful
I had it all
But, something was missing
You were sorry
I was tired and continuously worried
What if it did all fall apart, was I scared?
It would be difficult to swallow
But I felt prepared
I wasn’t alone
I would be alright
I’ve got family and good friends
I don’t need these things of mine
I’d put pressure on us
A forced happiness
A false sense of perfect
To have it all but be less of yourself
If I had nothing, would I look back?
I did break down
No one left
Now I’ll place value only in myself.
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