A Walk of Courage

A Walk of Courage by Sarah V. Rain

Cold and cautious,
remembering the days of misery and contempt,
hollow words and piercing gazes,
pinning me to the ground,
Not able to move,
withering like a wet cat
Aware of sneering faces,
And feeling berated.

Holding on to the precious self-respect
And gaining the strength
To take steps,
to move forward.
Head held high,
Spine straight,
looking them dead in the eyes.
A slow smile forming on my face,
A sudden rush of self-confidence coursing through my veins,
I’ve won this battle and
Ready for next.

They may look me upon
As weak and breakable,
But the spirit of mine is unbreakable,
Gone through fire and molded with iron
took years of sweat and blood, which made my core stronger.
The faces now confused,
hushed voices getting louder,
I walk away without glancing backwards,
Not any more bothered.

<strong>Sarah V. Rain</strong>
Sarah V. Rain

Words written grammatically makes sense, and when arranged beautifully, invokes the right emotions. That is what Sarah does best. She is a 21-year-old aspiring writer and poet from India.

Sarah writes about love and life through her experiences blended with some puns, which most of us can relate to, on a personal level, and if you don’t understand some, you might need another reading. Because that’s what she’s best at.

She can hide subtle details behind those lines, which, if missed, would render you confused. Well, what’s the fun if it was so simple and direct, right? So if you are into some word porn stuff, definitely check out her work! When she’s not writing she loves to read and really try hard at cooking.

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