I’m A Sad, Lost Little Boy, With A Lot Of Wasted Potential

I get tired. I feel like particular things are tired, but, I never retire. I’m on fire. Always; I don’t know how to turn off the faucet, it overflows all the tyme. I can’t stand the age we’re in per many degrees. Nothing feels variable enough, nothing is ever innovative because it’s all rehash. What is the future from now? Apps? No, there has to be more but, where is it?

It isn’t out west, nor east, it’s never been north or south; I’m very good at audio, but to be innovative there, I have to couple with people and things that are innovative, more innovative than just how I sound, alone?

Who’s listening? Who sees? Who hears? How do you quantify beyond the speculation of the evident, inevitable, and lost?

These are questions beyond my own understanding because I can only become more, and more, tired.

I’m on fire. I never give up. But I remain tired.

I’m a sad, lost little boy, with a lot of wasted potential.

Where am I?

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22 thoughts on “I’m A Sad, Lost Little Boy, With A Lot Of Wasted Potential”

  1. Maybe you just a little love from your fans. Don’t feel lost! We’re here to pull you back to reality.

  2. Take a break! Your potential is not wasted because it is there with you. You just need a breather. Chill.

  3. Your article title reminded me of Ruth B’s “Lost Boy” which references to Peter Pan. Love that song. But hey, chill! Maybe you’ve been squeezing out your talent a lot. Take a break man.

  4. If you think you’ve reached a plateau in your creativity, then a collab will somehow refresh you. Maybe it’s time to learn something new! (No, I didn’t intend for it to rhyme!)

  5. It’s ok to feel lost from time to time. I think most people feel the same at one point in their life. The important thing is to always bounce back. No potential is wasted as long as you do something about it. So go out there, do what you love and reach for your dreams.

  6. There’s a difference between letting go and giving up. Sometimes you just have to let go of old things that you have given a good try but just haven’t been working for you in order to make run for new and more rewarding things in your life. Like Kenny Rogers says “You gotta know when to hold ’em, know when to fold ’em, know when to walk away, and know when to run.

  7. I like the video! I don’t agree that you don’t have any potential. I think you have a lot. Just keep on doing what you love to do.

  8. Love the video! Just like what Rihanna’s song says, “Please don’t stop the music…” You may be tired but you do keep the fire burning. It just needs an outlet.

  9. You’re on fire but tired means you’re burnt out! Take a new direction where your flame will shine brighter. Good luck!

  10. Innovation, sometimes it becomes really tiring. But I think that is what keeps most people growing. You have potential my boy! Do not fret, just keep moving.

  11. It’s ok to be tired, you just rest if it comes to that point. But never give up. Just remember the things that keep you going and be inspired with that “fire” within you. ^_^

  12. After reading this, the first thought that came to my mind is that you need a break. Engage in leisurely activities that you don’t normally do. Try to break free from your usuals. Perhaps you will discover things that might actually get you out of where you don’t want to be – or get you into situations that are better than where you’re at.

  13. Your words don’t sound like you are tired and I am sure you have a great fire with you. There is nothing called “wasted potential”, each and every day and every single moment is a learning process. I can understand you have learned a lot, so with the use of that find in yourself and do all the innovative things you want to do and give something great to this world.

  14. I can understand your feeling. Search yourself within you, not anywhere else. I really appreciate your confidence that you are repeatedly telling “I never give up” and “I am on fire”. Yeah, that is you. Everyone feel tired but people with the moto and fire like you should never say tired. So try again and find yourself. Then do the rest of the change and things you want.

  15. I feel you. There are times when I think that way myself. You know where to go. You have what it takes to get there. It’s just that the paths that are supposed to take you to where you want to go seem to take you elsewhere – and it ain’t where you thought you’d be. However, feeling tired is just normal, I guess. Part of being human. Feeling lost? When I get into situations like that, I’d just ask myself if I want to stay there or keep moving. I usually choose the latter because I hate being stuck in a place where I don’t wanna be.

  16. Always believe in yourself and always stretch yourself beyond your limits. Your life is worth a lot more than you think because you are capable of accomplishing more than you know. You have more potential than you think, but you will never know your full potential unless you keep challenging yourself and pushing beyond your own self imposed limits. cheer up! 🙂

  17. Do not let the memories of your past limit the potential of your future. There are no limits to what you can achieve on your journey through life, except in your mind!

  18. I don’t think you don’t have potential, considering you got tired it means you did lot of things before. You just think it is not worthy or it does not work, but it is charge to experience and you can still come back and continue to do changes. Still it is nice to be innovative!

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