Fun fact: it snowed this week. I’m not happy and I don’t want to talk about it. How’s your “spring” going?
This piece was based on a personal rut I’ve been having. It’s probably because I’ll be graduating in almost a month, don’t have security on a job yet and I’m getting overloaded with projects when all I want to do is lounge all day.While I didn’t stay inside all day and build a false world around myself, I have spent long hours doing everything besides my homework.
I really wanted this piece to have a comforting tone mixed with an indifferent tone. It’s actually a pretty sad story since the narrator just didn’t try to make the situation better for themselves. I suppose you could call a mass creation of writing progress, but based on the last line, the narrator was trying to hang on to the better times when they weren’t alone. Strangely enough, the narrator doesn’t have any fear for what will become of them. It’s more so how long they’re able to keep it up. The narrator is lying to themselves by creating this façade and that is the worse way to treat yourself.
If you’re ever feeling monotonous, here are some things you can do to cure monotony!
- Buy some cake that you’ve always wanted to try and eat it by yourself
- Dance spontaneously to songs you can’t stand
- Put on mismatched socks and flaunt them
- Scrub the nastiest corners of your house
- Go on a walk in the park and name every bug, plant and bird you come across
I hope you enjoyed Liar! Thanks for reading!