The Phoenix

“At the end of the day, we can endure much more than we think we can.” – Frida Kahlo

She burned with pain and fury for so long, yet smiled through the pain

No one saw her.

She wilted and withered into the ashes of her sorrow.

No one saw her.

One day she heard a soft whisper. 

One word.


It took her hearing it many times until she finally sprouted from the ashes. 

She then shot up with gleaming feathers of beauty screaming:


As she soared over the mountain tops and saw the beauty of the world with new eyes and how much more there was to see-

She saw tomorrow.

She held onto tomorrow and never let go.

In that moment, they saw what she had become.

 The Phoenix.

 They all saw her living for tomorrow because yesterday she almost never knew



Sending you all love and light,

Wild Antevasin

**credit to Thom Williams for photos**

Author: wildantevasin

I am a woman, a traveler, an adventurer. I am an Antevasin. I work in the operating room as a surgical technician. My job allows me to travel the country and take time in between jobs to travel the world. My life has been quite the roller coaster thus far, but I have had many incredible people help me along the way to grow stronger, to become who I am now. I live everyday in gratitude for them and try to pay it forward to others. I hope to use my blog to inspire, inform, and help all those that I can in any way. I also hope to have a wild adventure loaded with fun along the way as well, then share those adventures and tips with all of my readers. So, if you dare, if you are curious, if you are interested in the crazy ramblings of a wandering and wild woman….I invite and welcome you to the unpredictable ride of ” Wild Antevasin”.

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