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until blood vessels burst
in my eyes,
until my lungs
relent their struggle,
until my heart slows
as if my blood were venom.
What is it
that I'm so afraid of?
Is it the fear
of losing you?
who have been a pillar
when my life is reduced
Or is it the fear
of keeping you?
on what little space
I have left.
but a pawn
in your life plan.
You caught me,
a feral creature,
You caged me
in your narrow world.
You clipped my
so I can never fly again.
But I can climb,
and I will.
I will escape
the cement walls
to trap me inside.
But I refuse
to go gently.
to be your
I will shatter
your glass bubble.
I will teach you
how animals respond
for what you've done.
I will leave you
HomophobesYou know, it really saddens me how some people seem to think that they are 'above' gays. I don't see the point in it, honestly. And I know I'm not alone. Someone actually suggested that I do a rant on unfairness towards the LGBT community, but I can't remember who. Sorry. Anyway, why do you homophobes think you're so perfect? Just because you're straight doesn't mean you have a right to hurt others who aren't.
I identify with being pansexual, myself, because I think personality and morals mean a hell of a lot more than gender. Of course, I can't tell my family this because I would be disowned so fast my head would spin. Is that fair? No. I asked my mom once if she would hate me if I ever told her I was gay, etc., and she said no, but...I know better. I come from a family of Southern uber-Christians. What does that tell you?
Once again I say this: you're not better than anyone else out there in this big, wide world. We are all equal. Gays, lesbians, transvestites, straight people, it's
They don’t prepare you for this
Not one of the parenting books
And none of your doctors or friends.
So you’re not ready when they tell you that
There’s nothing you can do to make her breathe again.
It’s sudden, like the name implies, but with a subtly that you’d never guess.
It’s as if something swiftly snatched her up and set her down too fast
But there are no bruises, no broken bones or scrapes or cuts.
And the only thing left to you is a wish that it didn’t hurt too much.
Snuffed out like a taper by a furious wind
The nascent form, your personal cherub,
Will never breathe again.
Something six days old, or maybe just a month
Who was loved and has been loved and will forever be loved
Is incredibly absent; and the new sound that silence makes reverberates off
The brightly painted, hopeful walls. It is a haunting and deafening
Shallow, hollow sound, left behind in the absence of your beloved
Who will never hear it at all, and who
Stuck in the MiddleWhy is it so difficult,
To please everyone?
I try to accomplish this,
And making them all happy.
But it seems,
It is impossible.
It only leaves me,
Stuck in the middle.
Choosing between them or him.
I cannot make this choice.
It only leaves me with tears,
And a broken heart.
I turn and see someone,
With an unhappy face.
And my greatest fear is,
They will both turn and,
And I will be stuck in the middle,
Unable to choose,
Who I will follow.
But it seems that,
When I look in the mirror,
That unhappy face,
Battles of the NightHer eyes are dark and full of pain,
She hides behind her smile.
Beneath those eyes the shadows lie;
They speak of restless nights.
Each night she sleeps a few short hours,
But never all at once.
Throughout the night she is awake;
She fights with her own mind.
She wars with memories of the ones
Who filled her with such fear.
She cannot banish thoughts of them,
However hard she tries.
And so she takes a different way
To keep away the fear.
Each day she works despite the pain,
Allows herself no rest.
Her body cannot take much more,
She knows it will collapse.
But that's the only way she's found
To overpower her mind.
She runs herself beyond her limits;
She works herself to death.
But when she finally stops to rest,
Exhaustion is her friend.
For she has learned the secret now
To overcome her thoughts.
Her body's need to recover strength
Must far outweigh her fear.
But she cannot let herself relax,
Unless she is secure.
Precautions she must take each night,
Before she can drift off.
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