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Dust, in the desert of a stained home
Crowding the vacuum of the void,
Vultures swooping towards his heart
As he shivers, from the gust… 67 more words


Promise You Will Forget The Hurt

Someday, we’ll forget the hurt, the reason we cried and who caused us pain. We will finally realize that the secret of being free is not revenge, but letting things unfold in their own way and own time. 55 more words


emmagc75 reblogged this on Emmagc75's Blog and commented:

I love the idea that one day we will forget the hurt, the pain, the sadness and even those that caused it. I cannot wait for my heart to be completely healed. I have made a lot of progress the past few months. I have not contacted P and he has not contacted me. I can only hope that continues as we have said all we needed to say. I am so grateful for all the love, kindness and support I have found in our little blogosphere. I truly don't think I could have gotten to such a good place without all of you who read my words and see my heart. I know today is a good day and I also realize each day is different. Tomorrow may be a shitstorm lol. Who knows? But I do believe after everything I have been through in my life, the best is yet to come.

Breaking the Shell

In my fight for recognition
I diminish and reduce
The gifts of my friends
Their beauty and their truth.

In my struggle to be seen… 225 more words

Laugh It Out

Funny how the world works,
but when I see it again,
I guess I’ll laugh it off,
and I won’t feel any pain.

Hahaha! Laugh it out! 106 more words


You don't need to be alone.

Probably one of the hardest things I have had to deal with in this whole thing that is my life, is that it’s ok not to go it alone. 387 more words

Anxiety And Depression

Cloudless- But One

How can One feel this way-

The skies are Blue

But to me- feel Grey.

The air is light- and clear-

But offshore a fog… 54 more words


Thunderstorms in my Heart

“…And it was not your fault but mines. It was your heart on the line. I really fucked it up this time didn’t I my dear?….”

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