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Salt and Sadness

Have you ever stood on a Cliffside in the middle of the night and contemplated the jump Looked into the darkness with the wind whipping around you Watched the waves crashing against the rocks Have you envisioned the biting cold… Read More ›

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Rise and Fall

**very old writings** The rise and fall of your chest is a comfort to me. You are asleep, snoring softly. Outside past the balcony the ocean waves crash on the shore. It is another sleepless night for me. I walk… Read More ›

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Dropoff

Can you feel the crushing weight of your sadness when your lungs are heavy with it? Falling weightless, but suffocating in the vastness of the void rushing emptiness surrounding you and the realization that you are nothing fear starts consuming… Read More ›

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Searching

What are you searching for? Don’t you know I’m just as lost as you? We’re two broken people On a sinking ship Oars just out of reach Your blue eyes permeate my thoughts Seeking answers I don’t have We simply… Read More ›

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Bloom

My love is blooming for you opened like a rose patiently waiting for you you are my water and in your presence I will always grow

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Remember

I’d like to believe I’d remember your face if I saw you again And the curves of your body And the taste of your kiss But so much time has passed now That your fingertips are just a ghost on… Read More ›

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FREE Self Care Ideas

1. Visit a local art museum๐ŸŽจ 2. Bathtime! ๐Ÿ›€ 3. Pray ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ 4. Cuddle your pet ๐Ÿฑ๐Ÿถ 5. Go for a walk/be in nature ๐Ÿ‚๐Ÿƒ 6. Read inspirational quotes on pinterest ๐Ÿ“– 7. Go for a drive and either listen… Read More ›

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New Facebook

Hi everyone, it would mean the world to me if you would follow my new Facebook page But First Xanax @butfirstxanax if you’re on Facebook. I’m trying to expand to other social media platforms so please do like and follow… Read More ›

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Fly

She broke her wingsThe feathers litter the floorShe plucked them outOne by oneJust to feel the pain And see the bloodFlow down the whiteness Of her skinShe stopped flying long ago

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