Misery Loves Company
Misery loves company they say
But is it the misery the person wants to share
Or are they looking to someone for help?
But instead, bring them down too
Is the misery more infectious than the need for help?
Or does the person just not want it enough
Personally, I think I would rather suffer alone
Then to bring a friend down with me
I don’t want my friends and family to feel like this
I wouldn’t want anyone to feel like this
Like the whole world is sitting on my shoulders
just waiting for them to make the wrong move.
Waiting for them to slip
Waiting for them to pull someone in
Waiting for them to not be alone
So they will share the misery
I don’t want to be infectious with hate
I don’t want to put bad things in people’s mind
I’d much rather put in light and love
But where can I start
To get back to that person
That everyone loved to be around
The person that was infectious to laughter
The person that loved others and at least liked herself
I guess I should start at the beginning again
And try to learn a new way of dealing with my sin
Instead of storing it away and letting it fester
I need to let it go and pray that it will work out in the end
Because I’d much rather love myself and help others
Then hate myself and essentially drown them
I don’t want to feed them the lies that I believe
That I’m not good enough
That I’m not worthy
Because we are good enough
We are all worthy of love
And not the misery.
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