Chasing Rainbow, Am I?

knowing that i have a weird online relationship or friendship or whatever it is, some friends try to tell me
to stop chasing rainbow..
since i am like hoping that
there's prince charming at the other side of the rainbow

of course, there were times when i think
they are right,
on my worst days, i start to think that only leprechaun
can find a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow

but i convince myself


... that all is well. All is going according to plan. Trust that there is a bigger picture. Trust that life is unfolding as it should.

that helps me think
there will always be happy endings
it's just about how i see the ending
that matters
foggirl foggirl
36-40, F
3 Responses Dec 9, 2011

Happy endings don't find themselves. Rainbows must be chased to know what is on the other side. If the result is not satisfactory, find a new rainbow.

ah yea.. thanks for the advice.. i'll focus my effort on catching a leprechaun! :)

our dreams are what motivate us. they give us direction and give us goals. trusting in the bigger picture and the external "masterplan" can be comforting and can give us the strength to endure while we wait for our dreams to come true.<br />
but if you focus to much on the ending the journey, making the dream a reality can slip away. leprechauns don't find pots of gold ... they are the keepers of it. rather than trying to find the end of the rainbow to find the gold, try instead to catch a leprechaun!<br />
keep your vision of prince charming on the other side of the rainbow. focus on him as a goal and work towards him. listen to yourself and your friends and make finding your prince a reality.