CARING ONES

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It is like this: Some people care deeply but they don’t know how to say it; then some people say words to make it seem like they care deeply, but in reality, they don’t.

Some people care deeply only at the moment, like seeds which last in the soil for three days until dying out; and others can’t see the moments, but their roots do run deep. Some people can imitate what it looks like to care deeply and they can fabricate that for a while though they never did feel anything on the inside of them; while others are incapable of showing outwardly how they feel on the inside, it is a monster they struggle with, their feelings so strong they cannot even let those beasts out of their cages, they fear their own creatures!

Some people care deeply here, and over there, and all over the place, you never really know where they belong because they seem to belong to everyone and to everything; while others don’t care about anybody but you can see where they belong, who they belong to, there is always this one person or those two people and small places. Some people belong to themselves only and if you want to be a part of their lives, you’ll have to become a part of them and after you do, they will never leave you because you are inside of their bones now; while others don’t even know who they are or where they’re going and if you belong to someone like that, you could be here today and gone tomorrow!

Some people don’t care and don’t act like they care and we don’t believe them until they make us believe them; while others care and they act like they care and we don’t believe them until it’s too late. We are often wounded and torn, because we never know which kind of a person they are until we are either wounded and torn or until we have found a home. It’s either-or, always either-or, and neither of these outcomes is easy ones because either one will change your life.

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