for all the lit girls

i feel you feel me


She learned to sense light hunters by the time she was, idk, what was it – 4, 5 – something crazy like that.

When Proust was sitting in a comfy wingback biting into his aunt’s cookies, this girl was tasting blood.

There’s this unattributed saying floating around the internet that goes something like this:

A broken woman is scary bc she had to fight

And she always adds her own twist to the end, which goes something like this:

If you think a broken woman who has fought through hell to survive is scary, you should come up next to me and feel the power humming through the muscles of a woman who has fought through hell and then chosen love.

You know what that power is? That thrum? It’s God and His army of angels, ascended masters and saints flowing through her human body knowing not the bounds that most believe in here on this physical plane.

She got game, they say, and she laughs. Because the truth is, those who think this is ‘just a game’ have no way yet of knowing the power that her free and clear connection brings.

Here’s the thing about choosing love:

If those she chooses to run with in the sky choose love, everyone is taken care of no matter how long the run lasts.

If those she chooses to run with choose the opposite of love, Love will take care of any loose ends that come with betrayal.

She liked being the underdog, you know. It’s a very quiet place to be.

But the position loses true friends sometimes.

A lit girl knows how to protect her light in the harshest arctic conditions.

A lit girl has been practicing for decades by the time she meets the one who can run beside her and big up her light.

And though her methods won’t be understood by one who has never had to shelter a light through hell, a lit girl has faith that true love never dies, and the fake shit will fall away eventually.

They will be asking if she was so powerful, why didn’t she sort this shit out before.

God has answers, if the curious are looking.

Peace to the lovers, peace to the haters.

When they say we can do anything, that’s not a banal platitude. And if you say it enough to raise your vibration to maybe sort of believe it, and then to maybe kinda have faith, there will be magic.

Of this I have no doubt.

Author: tendrilwise

Hi, I have a diploma in Journalism, I've published a novel, and I am currently studying psychology. My odd way of viewing the world either gets me kicked out of parties or invited to them. Jenn McKay

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