Shout out to my ex. (Well my almost ex. Shout out to the guy who’s messed me around for over a year.) So I heard you were in love with some other chick. (I didn’t hear it, I saw it right in front of my eyes. Shout out to you for trying to get with… Continue reading SHOUT OUT TO MY EX
“Circles, we’re going in circles. Dizzy’s all it makes us. We know where it takes us. We’ve been before closer. Maybe looking closer. There’s more to discover. Find out what went wrong without blaming each other. Think that we got more time. When we’re falling behind. Gotta make up our minds. Or else we’ll play, play, play… Continue reading We keep going in circles
I have this issue. That I keep my heart closed, my ribcage slammed so far shut. That I try to push people away as soon as they start to mean something to me. And maybe that’s because I don’t want them to get too close or maybe it’s because I’m just worried that I will… Continue reading I’m sorry that I pushed the nice boy away
“Maybe we’ll meet again, when we are slightly older and our minds less hectic, and I’ll be right for you and you’ll be right for me. But right now, I am chaos to your thoughts and you are poison to my heart.” I keep replaying all the conversations we have ever had in my mind,… Continue reading I am tired of being your “maybe”
There’s a certain way to be single and I certainly haven’t received the memo on how to be that yet. So you’re single? Welcome to hell. It’s been waiting for you. It’s a whole new life and you’re going to love it. So this is how to be single…or not. 1.Stay obsessed with your ex… Continue reading How (not) to be single
I think maybe you were the first person I could never really have. So I just silently hoped I could instead. I silently hoped that every single part of romance in your life would fail just so you would come to me feeling sad about it. So I could comfort you. So I could talk… Continue reading We Always Want What We Can’t Have And Darling, I Wanted You
They say that when you’re trying to get over someone it takes half of the time that you were together to fully move on. So if you were together for a year, you have six months of living hell ahead of you. Four years, two years ahead of you. A month, two weeks. And so… Continue reading The amount of time it takes to get over someone. Or maybe not.