Out Of Pain, Beauty is Born

Out of pain, beauty is born. My creativity springs not from a place of happiness, of bright lights and shiny bubbles but from gut wrenching pain which engulfs me to the core.
To rise out of this pit of darkness, I must direct my pain somewhere, and somehow, I find comfort in putting pen to paper.
As the tip of my pen touches the lines, letter by letter, my pain is transferred from my body to the physical realm, like molecules diffusing in the atmosphere attaching themselves physically but unseen by the naked eye.
Bit by bit, the pain subsides, leaving only a dull ache where a sharp, hot pain once resided.
It doesn’t leave completely but it’s a start, progress in the right direction.
If I keep at it, I tell myself, I may not only see the light, but feel it, maybe lighting up some of the darkness that comfortably resides within my core.

KayCee

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About KayCee

The About Me section is always the hardest part for me to do. I never seem to know how to fill it in but I will try. Here goes; I am a fun loving person who also happens to be somewhat anti-social. This is not deliberate, I just lack social skills. Anyway, I love to write about pretty much anything but I have dedicated this page to talking about my life with hyperhidrosis and how it affects the most mundane tasks. I love laughing. It can be annoying because people think I don't take them seriously when I laugh but I do. Laughter works as defense mechanism when I feel cornered or just cannot give an answer right away. Or when I really feel the need to laugh :) I am usually quiet til I know you. A bit of a cynic but I always try to see the good in people. I still believe in humanity at the same time wondering if we will make it. I am a walking contradiction apparently. And that is it about me. Happy reading! :)
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13 Responses to Out Of Pain, Beauty is Born

  1. Reblogged this on HarsH ReaLiTy and commented:
    Very nice writing. I felt your post. Well done! -OM
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  2. It was very difficult to read for me for it felt as if someone was replicating me in this post. You really got me with that last line of yours.

    • KayCee says:

      I hear you. Iv been there too with other writers. And hopefully, somehow we rise into the light, right
      Thanks for reading and sorry it was difficult for you

  3. Pingback: First writing challenge | My Life as Mrs. A

    • KayCee says:

      I’m sorry for taking so long to get to this. It has been a crazy few months and my blog has suffered for it. Let me get to work now 🙂

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