Yes, I'm different. I like boys and girls. But that's okay. We shouldn't be afraid to love, to be with someone who makes us happy,
Every day, We shed thousands of cells. But sometimes, we shed in layers. Sometimes the layers Need to leave, In order for us to grow as
We all know where everything is. Not by location. By senses. That little store that smells like stale cigarettes and always has a stray dog they feed outside.
Dear Sunshine, You were never mine. But you played me like you were. You held my hand. You held me when I cried. You made me laugh until I couldn't breathe.
I've asked myself, What's it like to be in love? But then I remembered, I had been in love before. It wasn't what they said in the movies,
Everyone talks about how the world will end. An apocalypse. A return of a God. Hellfire and brimstone. But it's not what will happen.
I only know pain when it comes to love. Broken hearts, lonely faces, scarred minds, scared bodies. I didn't know how to date.
Stains Let's talk about stains for a minute No no Not those Not the ones on your new couch or an old t-shirt Or the ones from the makeup running down your cheeks