I have a goal And I promised to work For it, towards it With every ounce of My mind and my body Till I reached it.
Six months ago, I left this space I left it to Fix things with people Who mattered to me I left it to Concentrate on Real life things I left it to Have a change In my stupid monotonous life I left it to Find a little more Contentment and solace
I don’t like pleading, But here I am Pleading you to stay I don’t like wishing, But here I am Wishing you won’t leave
“I don’t just want to take your breath away. I want to rip it from your mouth and keep it locked away between my teeth. You can only have it back if you kiss me again.” ~Meggie Royer (Literary Sexts: vol. 2)
More than anything in the world she wanted to be able to feel something. She wanted to be able to sweat when it was hot and shiver when it was cold. She wanted to feel pain like all other people did. But she couldn’t. Her body could not perceive pain, and it seemed like more…
Cry, baby, cry Cry if you’re upset Cry if you miss someone Cry because you feel Cry, baby, cry Cry because you’re happy Cry because you’re touched Cry, you have the right to
You don’t see what I see
The two intellectuals gazed across the sea of ignoramuses that belonged to their species. One dug out the world’s oldest children from their graves; One sucked on the reserve of seeped underground tears Mother Earth has shed; One poked holes into our planet’s cool blanket; While one threw poison into the earth’s transparent blood.
Dear future me, Hi hey hello How are you? How are you doing? I hope you’re good I hope you’re happy I have so many questions, So many aspirations, So many expectations And so much hope That you’re happy Are you doing what you love? Are you loving what you do? Are you looking forward…
Merry Christmas all of you amazing bloggers! There are so many of you out there who are exceptionally talented, and I feel like I NEED to write something to credit you guys. I’ve been tagged in so many similar posts from all of you, and I just have to return the favour.