What I Survived Might Kill You, prose by Destiny Oregbe at Spilwords.com
Lukas Medvedevas

What I Survived Might Kill You

What I Survived Might Kill You

written by: Destiny Oregbe

 

Scripts are written differently as our destinies are distinctive

“What I survived might kill you” a statement of fact? Or an overrated expression?
Depending on what definition is ascribed to death.
Is it death as in loss of life or death as in loss of self, ambition, mental stability and dreams.

“What I survived might kill you”
If we agree life is given to every one according to their script and capacity (clear or Hidden)

If the statement goes both ways
“What you survived might kill me”
“What I survived might kill you”
Where then is the relevance, or is it just another statement to buttress the fact that one has gone through a lot?

“What I survived might kill you” Maybe it’s a statement made with the intention to say “I am strong” as what one has survived doesn’t oftentimes leave a visible scar

“What I survived might kill you”
A statement of hope?
Fear? Or another expression that brings satisfaction to one’s ego?

“What I survived might kill you”
An expression that doesn’t show the testimony of Grace received in the journey of survival, friends and families that helped or the motivation of hope gotten from the fact that everyday lived is a gift.

You survived
Teach me how.

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