Every day I wake,
the inner dialogue begins.
A taunt here, a few bad words there,
the cycle continues.
You asked me,
why are you fighting?
For me it is simple,
I continue to fight
until I feel like I’m good enough.
Written for the Gargleblaster – this week was an interesting task and, sadly, it took me back to my teenage years.
This week we’re paying tribute to Gabriel García Márquez, who was (in our humble opinion) one of the greatest writers of the last century. This week’s ultimate question comes to us from One Hundred Years of Solitude:
“Tell me something, old friend: why are you fighting?”