Missed Out On

By Alicia Murie

What do you do when

You realize you’ve only been doing what

Your head was telling you

What you should be doing and not

Listening to what your heart

Knows you should have been doing for

Years but it’s something that

You won’t even realize that you have

Missed out on till you

Come across that one person or that

One circumstance that makes you

Realize you’re not where you can’t nor

Should be and you’re not

Living the life that was meant for

You to live but instead

You’ve forced your heart to live in

This eternal limbo you can’t

Escape resulting in endless nights of crying

So when you finally come

To that point where you realize that

You should be doing something

More with your life will you listen

To what your heart says

Or will you listen to others and

Wonder what you’ve missed out on

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