you’re not a bad person for the way you kill your sadness… Each pill dissolving on your tongue, the way you wished your pain would. But pain is not like people, you can’t just talk it away, And people aren’t simple, you cannot force them to stay. 99 pills at once, Like problems shoved down yourContinue reading “A Mile; In Suicidal Shoes”
I love how it gives you a break from certain pain But others still find a way to creep up in your nightmares.
I consciously placed a sale tag on a non-discountable good. The one timeless peice, People would merely walk in and admire, Was on sale. Aware, But based on pure frustration, I wanted it to go. Those who walked in To purely admire it, Were in disbelief Those who had never seen it before, knew itContinue reading “For Sale”
“I have grown to understand that I’m difficult to love, not because I’m broken, but because I’m whole. I don’t give guys the luxury of loving me in parts. I love all of me whole heartedly, so it becomes difficult for a guy to squeeze through my insecurities to fill a void he might thinkContinue reading
I’ve actually gotten to the point where I have NO remorse, no apologies, about how I feel. You ever felt bad or guilty about your own feeling? Have you ever felt like your feelings had to be justified for them to be valid? Welp, not anymore. And I love it. This is who I amContinue reading “I’m so unapologetic nowadays. I love it.”
He has a constellation of freckles on his face and you’re busying trying to figure out how your name comes into it. The words he utters puts you out of place, yet you still try to fit yourself in all the spaces he has created. In the mist of everything. You try teach him howContinue reading “No Good Comes From Loving A Person Who Doesn’t Love You Back…”
When I became a manI put away childish things But before I became a man I didn’t always fit the shoes of a KingI was a child trying to find his way The toys I played with kept my eyes occupied And left my eyes in a lustful boyish frenzyMy playmates had long legs, shortContinue reading “When I Became A Man – Caleb Jones”