‘Agree’ is a piece about compromises within a relationship and how these need to be created and recreated continuosly in order to function.
‘Midterm’ is a more abstract piece about relationships and considering whether the specific relationship is worth it or not.
‘Long term’ is a piece about relationships and considering whether your partners flaws are deal-breakers or if it’s something that you imagine that they are. Is there even such a thing as a deal-breaker and where is the line?
‘Short term’ is about being in a relationship you cannot see a future in. Still you can acknowledge that it gives you value, so you stay in it.
‘Time p’ is a piece about how relationships evolve and how the idea you have in your head about relationships can change. This poem is the alpha-omega of letting go.
‘Emotions’ is a short statement following the previous poem ‘Feelings’. It’s a piece about the perception that ignoring your emotions is healthier than being emotional all the time because being sad can be viewed as unnecessary and often ignored especially in today’s social media world.
‘Feelings’ is a short statement. A piece about the perception that having or showing emotions is a sign of weakness. In today’s social media world we teach our kids to only show the good parts of life and ignore the bad ones. This results in feelings bottling up inside until they explode, which isn’t a healthy behavior.
‘Head-first’ is about letting go of past experiences and learning to move on and tackling your issues head-on.
The poem ‘In-check’ is about learning to get to know yourself, your feelings, your moods, and how you can get yourself out of really bad situations. Wallowing in self-pity only reinforces the bad situation, so realizing that it’s about to occur can help you move on, even if it’s hard.