three hundred and sixty five.
“If I loved you less, I might be able to talk about it more. But you know what I am. You hear nothing but truth from me.” “God knows, I have been a very indifferent lover. But you understand me. Yes, you see, you understand my feelings — and will return them if you can. At present, I ask only to hear, once to hear your voice.”
three hundred and sixty four.
I wanted to believe in all the words that I was speaking as we moved together in the dark. Tiny vessels oozed into your neck and formed the bruises that you said you didn’t want to fade.
three hundred and sixty three.
You’ve been hurt before, I can see it in your eyes. Give your heart a break. Let me give your heart a break.
three hundred and sixty two.
Dark despair around benights me. I love my family. Nothing could resist my Nancy. For to see her was to love her, love but her, and love forever.
three hundred and sixty one.
Don’t you dare look out your window, darling everything’s on fire. Come morning light you and I’ll be safe and sound
three hundred and sixty.
You lie careless your head on my chest, and don’t even look at me looking my best. Oh please, don’t cry. You liar. And you lean in for your last kiss, who in this world could ask me to resist? Your hands cold as they find my neck, oh this love that I’ve found, I detest.
three hundred and fifty nine.
Soft spoken with the broken jaw. I’ll make it to the moon if I have to crawl.
three hundred and fifty eight.
You dared to light my path, and found the beauty in the aftermath. Let me hold you up like you held me up.
three hundred and fifty seven.
I choked back tears today, ‘cause I can’t begin to say how much you’ve shaped this girl these last ten years or more. I was a mess, you see. I’d lost the plot so bad.
three hundred and fifty six.
It’s just the way the medication makes her. Don’t call the doctors, they’ve seen it all before. They’ll say ‘just let her crash and burn, she’ll learn, the attention just encourages her.’
three hundred and fifty five.
“Hello Jack. I changed my mind.” “I couldn’t go. I couldn’t go, Jack.”
three hundred and fifty four.
Fitter, happier. More productive. Comfortable. Not drinking too much. Regular exercise at the gym, three days a week. Getting on better with your associate employee contemporaries. At ease. Eating well, no more microwaved dinners and saturated fats. Sleeping well. No bad dreams. No paranoia. Careful to all animals. Never washing spiders down the plughole. Keep in contact with old...
three hundred and fifty three.
Oh, isn’t this amazing? It’s my favourite part because you’ll see… Here’s where she meets Prince Charming. But she won’t discover that it’s him till Chapter 3.
that heart shattering moment when you see his picture.
three hundred and fifty two.
She stands with a well intentioned man. But she can’t relax with his hand on the small of her back. Soon everybody will ask what became of you.
three hundred and fifty one.
I’m bored: A - No. B -My best friend. C - One week. D - Both. E - 2. F - Pointless. G - My mother. H - My brother. I - With him. J - My reasons are my own. K- Erica Catherine Rachel Kirk. L - 2. M - Not any more. N - I treat the ones I love impeccably. O - I hated it. P - All different kinds. Q - Last week at my friends. Next one next week. R - Ten things he thinks about me. S - Writing...
three hundred and fifty.
Blackbird singing in the dead of night, take these broken wings and learn to fly. All your life, you were only waiting for this moment to arise.
three hundred and forty nine.
Do you feel bad, like I feel bad? We’ll pour us a road, we’ll both drink & drive. Never wash you off my face. Hit me I can take your cheap shot, leave you with the love we made.
three hundred and forty eight.
There’s a house across the river but alas, I cannot swim, and a garden of such beauty that the flowers seem to grin. There’s a house across the river but alas, I cannot swim. I’ll live my life regretting that I never jumped in. There’s a boy across the river with short, black curly hair. He wants to be my lover, and I want to be his peer. There’s a boy across the...
three hundred and forty seven.
It gets bad before it gets better, then it gets worse. Hey little train we’re jumping on, the train that goes to the kingdom. We’re happy ma, we’re having fun, and the train it ain’t even left the station. Hey little train, wait for me. I once was blind, but now I see. Have you left a seat for me? Is that such a stretch of the imagination? Hey little train, wait for me....
three hundred and forty six.
Throw me a rope to hold me in place. Everything’s easier when you’re beside me. Come back and find me.
three hundred and forty five.
All I ever wanted was the world. I’m sad to the core, core, core. And pain is a chore, chore, chore.