Perfectly Imperfect

Perfectly Imperfect

Perfectly Imperfect.

Perfectly Imperfect || Viano Dee

Tell me what your dreams were
when you were younger: Fairytales and perfect endings, I suppose.
Did it all come to play? Did you find your fairy godmother or does she exist only in Disney’s world?
Did you find your Prince charming or is he lost in the wild without a compass? Are there even Prince charmings anymore or just charming villains?

Tell me what your dreams were when you grew older: Love and money, I suppose.
Did it all come to play? Did you find the one? How many times did your heart break? How does it feel to realize that love could be a tricky salesperson? How many trickles of tears watered your pillows only to vaporize into thin air?
Did you get that dream job? Are you in the place your mind originally designed? How does it feel knowing adulthood is a crazy up-and-down scale?

Tell me what your dreams are now: Taking life one step at a time, I guess. You now realize that life loves to play pranks— a lot of times, very unfunny ones. Sometimes, dreams die regardless of how much effort you put in to keep them alive. Maybe it’s so to remind us that we are imperfect and to teach us that life isn’t a fairytale. Maybe it’s so to teach us that sometimes, imperfection could lead us to perfection. Or maybe we are just perfectly imperfect beings craving for perfection someday.

Written and Performed by Viano Dee
Instrumental: Days Are Long by Silent Partner

Previous poem: Once Upon A September

About Perfectly Imperfect

Perfectly Imperfect is a spoken word poem that talks about how life is full of surprises and how things don’t always go as planned either because of wrong choices or simply because life isn’t just having it. It also shows that sometimes, in order to win, failure is necessary. Because failure and pain will teach you lessons you’ll remember when you eventually win. In all of this, we ought to breathe and take one step at a time as we learn from life’s lessons. It’s okay to fail but what isn’t: is not learning from it.

Perfectly Imperfect

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Viano Dee

Viano Dee is a non niche blogger, poet, songwriter and a hardcore romantic who believes that life is something that we all should be positive about. She writes about life generally with the hope that positive change will occur even if it's just in one person. Her write-ups could take any form: poetry, articles, and even songs in ways that'll inspire you, resonate with you, or tell a story while keeping you both informed and entertained.

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StressedMum
1 year ago

Such a great poem, it is true in life things don’t always go to plan or throws something horrible into the mix. But this is what makes us stronger in ourselves

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Reply to  StressedMum
1 year ago

Very true. Thanks, StressedMum

Yomi Spontaneous
1 year ago

What a great poem for a Monday, they can be a trying days.

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1 year ago
Fiorella Madsen
1 year ago

What a beautiful poem to listen. All the things we learn when things don’t happen how we expect them to be.

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Reply to  Fiorella Madsen
1 year ago

Thank you so much.

Tanya
1 year ago

Loved this poem! And wow, never thought about the charming villians concept… But yeah, I suppose there’s quite a few of these in the world!

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Reply to  Tanya
1 year ago

Glad you loved it, Tanya. Thank you.

TeamRyce
1 year ago

very nice poem, and the contents are really something to ponder about. your right life isn’t always a yes, and we always have to accept that part of our everyday is also a No.:)

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Reply to  TeamRyce
1 year ago

Thank you so much, TeamRyce. You’re right. We don’t always get what we want.

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Reply to  Viano Dee
1 year ago

Exactly!

blair villanueva
1 year ago

Life is awesome coz it isn’t perfect, then there are lots of room for us to be creative and design it that would fit us. If life is perfect then it get stagnant. Boring.

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Reply to  blair villanueva
1 year ago

So true.

Michael
1 year ago

True. Don’t search for perfect because we will learn to love those imperfections someday.

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Reply to  Michael
1 year ago

Word!

mm
1 year ago

Perfection is an illusion created by our mind. I really loved the poem. It touched my heart and made me a little sad as it reminded me all perfect things I wanted in my life and it never happened 😉

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Reply to  Stephanie Chuks
1 year ago

Awwwn… Glad you loved it, Mayuri. I’m sorry it made you a little sad. Don’t worry though, it’s going to be fine. Believe that! 😉

Khushboo W
1 year ago

Thats a beautiful post. Perfection is really over minds illusion. Nothing can be perfect we have to accept and live accordingly

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Reply to  Khushboo W
1 year ago

Thanks so much, Khushboo.

MELANIE EDJOURIAN
1 year ago

It’s true life is full of many surprises. You never know what hides behind each turn. It’s about tackling it all head on and getting through each hurdle as it comes.

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Reply to  MELANIE EDJOURIAN
1 year ago

Very true, Melanie

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Reply to  Viano Dee
1 year ago

Absolutely agree with you JM.

Kristine Nicole Alessandra
1 year ago

I have had my share of failures in life and it has made me stronger and wiser. Although I admit that my life isn’t still perfect (I know it won’t ever because perfection belongs only to God), I have learned to cope and I am thankful for everything I have been blessed with.

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Reply to  Kristine Nicole Alessandra
1 year ago

Way to go, sis. You’re an inspiration.

Paula Stewart
1 year ago

Beautiful! Many believe without failure there can not be success. With all the ups and downs I’ve experienced I tend to believe they are right.

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Reply to  Paula Stewart
1 year ago

Same, Paula.

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Sonja Hoff
1 year ago

Beautiful poem! You do have to go through failures to reach success. I think everyone is perfectly imperfect!

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Reply to  Sonja Hoff
1 year ago

Thank you so much, Sonja.

Clarice
1 year ago

This is beautiful. I can totally relate to this poem. Totally agree that failures are necessary and may be blessings in disguise. 

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Reply to  Clarice
1 year ago

Thank you, Clarice. Glad you could relate to it.

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Reply to  Viano Dee
1 year ago

Thanks so much, Ana.

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