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nothing is more painful than the scars breaking, those scars, the memories previously stitched by hope right before my eyes. the collapse of your face, the surrender of the will to live through drops of tears only time can replace. … Continue reading
how the hell am i better than her? she sparkles in the sun– she shines even when it’s gray. and i’m just a speck of dirt on the ground. how dare you tell me that you won’t leave for her … Continue reading
Darling, I will remember Every moment we spend together. The memories are kept in my mind. I don’t keep track of time. – The clock keeps running too Because time with you Is always well-spent No matter the event.
“Life is worth living” they would say There’s more to it than pain; Honestly, who could believe it? I was convinced I was insane. Depression hits you like a storm, I think. Raging, yet quiet But soon the storm subsides … Continue reading
There’s a lucid beauty in this town, A town of a cool, calm life Fast-paced yet beautiful Ever-changing weather, Just like a kiss But, oh, London, London wishes for love, a love like this: London begs for recognition, Union Jacks … Continue reading
I wish for serotonin to run through my brain–I lack it now but Before the end of us, it did run Like wildfire when you went astray Into the depths of my wildest dreams By kissing me.