Samantha Rhinow

you say, you know me

You say you know me. You say you know what’s best for me. You say you only want my best. But do you?

How can you say you know me when I don’t even know myself? How can you know what’s best for me when I don’t know what I want? How can you say you only want my best when all you do is destroy me and break me?

I’m still in the process of finding me. I always try to be the best version of myself. But for that you have to give me room to make mistakes. Cause if I don’t make them, someone else will make them for me. And I know you just worry, and I don’t blame you for that. It’s your job, you have to do that. But it’s my job to learn to live on my own. I have to make my own mistakes; I sometimes have to learn the hard way. But that’s okay. I will survive that and I will make it. It doesn’t matter who I will be or how many mistakes I will make till I get there. The only thing that matters is that I get there. That I never give up. That I survive. And I will survive. Nothing’s gonna stop me from doing what I want, from becoming who I want to become. And even if the world falls apart tomorrow, I will be happy, because I never gave up. And that’s all I ever wanted.



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Published on on 03/09/2021.


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