She is beyond the stage where she can lament and say things like: “That is a terrible thing, what happened to him” or “It’s a pity…she was so young” or “Those poor starving children!” But really, she was never that kind of person anyway. Now, she is at that point in her life where she feels like throwing her body down on the ground and saying “Take it. I don’t care. Who really cares? Let life overcome me.”
But instead, she sighs—a long one, because who would notice? It’s just a body and they see those everyday.
Jennifer Yu is a writer and creative person who writes to express the feelings and thoughts that float around in her head. She likes to compose stories in her head while running and in quiet, clear moments of the day. You may visit her blog at www.wanderingfeeling.wordpress.com.