A Word To A Teenager
I am hatching my own shell,
between being a child and a fully growing careful man.
It is pleasureful to remain a child while I am
exploring the world,
explore my being,
and all other beings.
I do not deny myself as well as the world.
The pain of setting back is greater than the pain of embracing the world.
So, I keep exploring, until
I embrace my being and feel being protected by the beauty of the world.
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