so I lied. you did read it. and you did come back. I didn’t get it. and frankly I never will. but I sit here now and its late at night and its dark but my phone still keeps buzzing and its still you. and somedays I wish it wasn’t because you still don’t get it. […]Read more "the boy that slipped away (part two)"
To you, I figured it was only right. I miss you. but that’s not even close to enough of what it feels like. it doesn’t hurt, it just aches. but I feel you. I feel you nearly everywhere. it’s funny how I still think you are just miles away but then I get hit with the […]Read more "if only you could read this"
( I wrote this exactly a year ago and I figured I might as well share it now ) I’m going to start by saying, I trusted you with my whole heart and soul. I cared I truly did. although you never really believed me. I didn’t mind. but I was naïve. I just kept believing you were […]Read more "the story on the shelf"
tell me your secrets and I’ll tell you mine. tell me it all because I want to see into your mind. I will use them against you and will ruin your life. one lie at a time. I’ll start this one fight that will lead to a war. do you really think it bothers me […]Read more "secrets"
I had someone once ask me what my biggest fear was and at first I didn’t know how to answer that question. how to answer a question so wide ranged and so serious. but he wanted to know the frivolous things about me ( I don’t consider this such a trivial thing but that’s beside […]Read more "fear"
it was an impulse decision. I had no clue my mother would actually say yes. everyone may think its cheesy or nerdy or just plain stupid. well maybe it is but that’s not the point. let me tell my thing about Harry Potter. I first read all the way through when I was like 14. […]Read more "the ink"
you’ll never read this but its okay. you slipped away and I’m glad. you slipped, but I took the fall. I knew guys liked to play with your heart but I didn’t know that all of them did. I didn’t know they would string you along for nine months, but I know that now. nine months is […]Read more "to the boy that slipped away"