United Again

We started off as one.
Each being the missing piece of each other’s puzzle
But life got in the way and somehow the pieces got separated
It was cold.
It was dark.
It instantly started to feel like if I was trying to gasp for air
But little did I know I was underwater; degenerated
Trying to get my life back up, I went on a journey in search of myself
Got mixed in the wrong crowd, started believing in the wrong people
My story, as I knew it, was over.
It was time to put back this book on the shelf as I head down straight into the dark abyss of self upheaval
Just as I lost all my air and fell down to the ocean floor
I felt a push from my back
It was a force strong enough to lift me back up to the surface
A force strong enough to keep me going for more
This force was you.
You gave me the energy to overcome any hurdle
You gave me that sense of security of having someone there to catch me when I fall
You gave me the determination to continue even though my back was completely against the wall
You gave me the courage to smile even when everything was wrong
You gave me a reason to be optimistic and embrace any potent malice that came along
You gave me power. You gave me hope. Because of you, I became strong.
I found the persona confined with chains deep within me
I found the open vent of opportunity in which it used to resurface
I found the missing piece of your puzzle, and along with it came the path in which you can find mine
If we follow the red string of fate attached to each piece, it will surely guide us
It will brighten up the path until we can find each other once more
All the memories and all the laughs. All the sad times that have passed
It’s time to take back the book from the shelf and let our inner voice roar
It’s time to open up the book and navigate to the last page right where we left off
The last blank page that’s waiting for us to fill it in just like before
With the future as the ink, and our hearts as the pen
Together we stand; United again.

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