young poet, exploring life and illustrating the feelings invisible to the superficial glance
We all have crickets. Even you have them deep inside you. They bother the better half of us at night or when we're having a bad day. With the sole purpose to stay by your side while making your life harder, these crickets live with you until you set them free. Although, naturally crickets tend to stay close to where they were born. So they'll sit outside your house on those cold nights and sing their dark song from outside your window until they can get your complete attention—but most of us fall asleep before we find an urge to go find the cricket. Those of us to get the crickets on the outside are so lucky, for they don't carry the burdens in their home.