Kimolee ErynComment


Kimolee ErynComment

I don't want to be here.

Not physically but, in a mind space so ungrateful of how, gravity defied swept me off my feet to take me over 1400 miles, to something new. 

But my longest held relationships have been with insecurities, with inhibitions and complacency, I've been working on them all but I haven't enough space in me to hold everything I am so some days I'm just less and I'd confess to a lonely heart but what good would that do. "Confessions good for the soul but who to tell it to? God already sees all and who the hell are you?" - I start verses that way and it sounds dope til you realize there's real feelings at play. 
I don't want to be here
physically, But it appears I have a purpose and I pray to God that one day it will consistently be worth it, sacrificing seclusion for delusions of change made. My dollar bought a dream and more dollars was change gave. And then I quit school because their math wasn't right and my stash wasn't white and I read "don't quit your day dream" but there's not enough classes at night so I quit school to learned better from professor life.
I don't want to be here 
Actually... Cause factually, everyone's facts are weak.
So, how they gon' tell me how to live? when father divi'd up the time I'm sure that he didn't give
mine to them and to me, so why are all these people living vicariously, through me? 
I used to look for signs to strive like I looked for signs to drive and now I'm just floating hoping efforts match an open door or window.
Peace to winds blown... They know how I feel.

- Anywhere but here; K.E

Kimolee Eryn is an artist and writer who believes in creating for a purpose beyond the purpose of creating. She believes that a life should be lived not just to sustain itself but to cultivate peace, love and growth in all adjacent beings and hopes to exemplify that in all she does.