Category Archive: Regrets

I reached out to a friend tonight

Tonight has been bad, very bad. My heart continues to break and I’m beginning to believe that maybe you just don’t want me. You don’t love me. My heart breaks a little more… Continue reading

The Heart Shatters, it Breaks & Bleeds

The heart breaks, it shatters, it falls to the floor in a bloody mess. We open ourselves to love, knowing full well we will suffer for it. The promise of something great, something… Continue reading

Grief

Grief. Pain. Loss. Those words are full of darkness and despair. All three of them coursing through my heart, body, and soul. One bad decision on top of another bad decision. I love… Continue reading

“Surprise — New Book Release”

“Surprise — New Book Release” @minnavonwalden https://medium.com/@minnavonwalden/surprise-new-book-release-a5124fd7caab Image by Erica Dal Maso 

Anxiety – A truly ugly part of life.

Anxiety, a truly ugly part of life. Anxiety attacked me yesterday, full on assault today. I know this all too well, I hate it too. First, depression tried to keep me in bed,… Continue reading

Past Sin

The breath of a past sin on my neck. The sound of his voice in my ear, saying, “Why not? You’ve done it before.” “Be with me, your weaknesses are so easy for… Continue reading

Why does she?

Why does she by Minna Von Walden Why does she write? Why does she share her words with a world full of strangers? To free herself. Free herself of all the words swimming… Continue reading

Letting go of it

Letting Go of it by Minna Von Walden To successfully move on in life, you must fully let go of the past. Past regrets, past loves, past grief, past happiness, everything. You can… Continue reading

Do you need him?

Do You Need Him? by Minna Von Walden ‘Do you need him?’ ‘Anna, is he the air in your lungs, the face you see when you close your eyes? Is he the memory… Continue reading

Take Me

Take Me by Minna Von Walden Take me. Take me far from where we are, from who I have become. Take me away, take me somewhere, anywhere away from what I’ve become. From… Continue reading