Earlier I wrote a poem in my script, mainly to practice with it and learn it.
Well, it took me 7 tries total to get the poem written out in my script without doing the wrong letter.
My mom was going outside to do a fire so I went out cuz FIRE.
Well, I brought my little note book that I had written this poem in out to throw the piece of paper that I had messed up on in the fire cuz, I mean I didn’t need it.
Then I realized I threw in the actual poem.
I wasn’t mad about it, it was just kind of like a “well, oops. I didn’t mean to do that, but maybe it’s for the best.”
Now I’m wondering if the poem will act like a spell, though?
While I didn’t intend to burn the poem itself, I did write the poem for a reason and with some intention behind it.
And now that reason is REALLY released.
To me, when I burn something like this (this is how I normally do my spell work), it’s to give it to a Higher Power, be it the Universe or whatever else.
So, now I feel like, this was suppose to happen.
I thought I had ripped out the other piece of paper, but I didn’t.
And, normally I’d just write this off as foolishness, not paying attention.
I don’t do that anymore, I’ve realized I can’t because it’s not the right answer.
I was suppose to give this poem to the Universe, to let it go.
I put in a lot of work to write out this poem and get it just right.
7 tries. There’s a reason it was 7 attempts before I got it right, I can see that now.
7 is a lucky number, “divine”, higher truth, higher self, etc.
So I take it as a high power wanted to ‘help’ me, and that’s why I threw in my poem.
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