I picture you vividly
From this moment on, you are a have been
My body's thankfully forgotten you
A journey of agony
How ever were you invigorating,
I don't remember
You were a photographer
with all the equipment
I thought you were so impressive
Now I see that you're
just an amateur that screwed with my perception
because of their own aperture
I do not miss you
You're more of a head ache, not a heart ache
and not because of fallen apart love
but the absence of that light
when obsessing over making everything
You should always prepare to finish
with cracked heals after a journey through the negatives
Only you came out with no development
You were not ready for love,
you were looking for a backbone
Tina Meeks: "I am a writer, event coordinator, and filmmaker, native to the California Bay Area.
“After studying Communications and Documentary Productions, I got involved with a random variety of projects to keep busy.
“In 2018, I self-published my first book, Adolescence, and plan to keep sharing.
“When I’m not writing, I spend my time feeling hyper aware of living as a ’good' human, and what that could mean. Otherwise, juggling, experimental cocktail making, and getting involved with film projects peak interest and strike my fancies."