Misha’s Room Episode 6: Unresolved Grief

IMG_7224And we’re back! Ready for Round 3! lol Hey y’all, welcome back to Misha’s Room. I hope y’all have been enjoying the frequent visits. I swear work, grad school, finalizing creative visions, opening a school, recording Misha’s Room AND trying to hold my sanity and relationship together is a bitch. But I’m back, and we’re doing the damn thing! I love this hahaha.

So the next poem in the February love series is titled Unresolved Grief. Fun fact: I usually name my poems after I finish writing them. Most of them aren’t named until I’m ready to publish it somewhere. Anyway, Unresolved Grief was my way of trying to process my feelings about this situationship I found myself in. The whole damn thing was confusing, and it didn’t make it any better that I couldn’t explain what I was feeling! It was like I couldn’t understand why, even after seeing logical reasons to leave this person alone, I just could not let go. It is some off the wall shit to think about now. Have you ever been just stuck on a person? I don’t know…maybe it was just me. This piece digs into what I tried to do versus my actual results and it sort of feels a tinch incomplete. I think that simply highlights that Unresolved Grief was written during the struggle. Hell at that time, I didn’t have answers or solutions! Just feelings that I needed help understanding. Clarity as a product of writing shit out. As always, make yourself at home. Set your mood, click play and let’s start processing things. Let me know what comes up for you! Hit me up (Instagram @sweet_likemeesh) for a copy of Silver Games! Click the link to subscribe on Apple Podcasts or to listen on SoundCloud.



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