Great Pretenders or just Worthy To Be Praised


Perceived relations


Resemble complications


Etched without reason


Treated like out of season


Eagerly we run


Never finding the suns


Dawn pretense



Pretending has become a fact of everyday life. We pretend to understand. But, do we understand that we pretend? I mean, what is pretending? Who has officially defined it? And, who gave them permission to define it in the first place?


Some people are considered to be ‘the greatest pretender’. They usually can be found on the red carpet trying to convince the world that they are ‘worthy to be praised’. For the most part, we believe it, because they live in million dollar homes that we have all paid for. I will pretend to be okay with that fact.


I really had a thought for this prompt, but it left me. So, just pretend that I wrote something clever here.



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7 Comments

  1. You know I am a scorpio! Most of the time I see peopl as who they are. I know exactly when they pretend and when they lie. And most of the time I see myself lonely because I don’t want people to be honest but I want them to be true to themselves and be kind to people. It’s not much to ask for.

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  2. The title of this post made me automatically sing the song “pretender” that my father used to sing. So many people “fake it” that it can be a challenge to be authentic yourself.

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  3. I think we all pretend at moments, I know I do, sometimes when I am in the company of new people because I am worried they might not like the real me.

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  4. You’re writing in a very unique way and I really like visiting your blog! Hahah…”We pretend to understand…” – but not always it’s possible. We live in a world of technology – it’s okay not to understand everything around us! ❤ ❤

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  5. Reading your posts are always a pleasure. I like how you break up the spelling of the main thought and expand it with meaningful sentences highlighting the essence of the post.

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