Opening the door to my mind and hoping to help people along the way.
If You're Not Having a Merry Christmas, THAT'S OKAY!!!
"The Most Wonderful Time of the Year"? Well actually... no! Not for a lot of people. So many people find the festive season one of the hardest things to deal with in life, for a boatload of different reasons.
I Hate Myself
I care about nothing I care about everything The world may as well stop, And let me off So that I can get back on again
The grass is always greener, On the side that just has soil. The sun is always brighter, In the lands that know no toil.
You may have seen a girl Walking around the town today With a camera in her hands And not a word to say You may have seen her at The Bull
How My Illness Changed My Life
I haven't been able to work for a while due to my diagnosis six months ago. This is something I am not at all accustomed to, and it has been very hard for me to adjust to an unproductive lifestyle. Once I was an independent woman, up before the sun, picture perfect, and ready to take on the twenty-first century—though for now, this has been stripped away from me and I am currently playing housewife. The days can feel endless sitting alone in this new environment, and sometimes even longer when friends or family grace me with their company. But that's the nature of the illness.
What We're All Thinking...
There's a homeless guy on the street: I'm struggling to make ends meet. "Any spare change?" *Please explain how money can be fucking spare?*
How am I going to do this? How do I survive? How do I carry on day to day, Knowing you're not alive? Someone tell me how to handle this.
A Pain(t)ed Face
I'm getting ready for your funeral, And my make up looks too nice. It looks like I am happy, It looks like I'm alright. But my make up is a mask
There are so many things that I would like to say, To so many different people, But through concern for their feelings, And not wanting to upset them,
How can it all be over? How can this be done? People keep telling me it will never be over And that you'll live on in my heart and mind.
Tfw you drop your pizza slice, topping side down. Fml. Tfw the bus drives straight past you. Fml. Tfw you drop your phone and the headphones don't save it.
A Poem a Day
A poem a day Keeps the doctor away A poem a day Keeps me sane A poem a day Keeps my worries at bay A poem a day Soothes the pain