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52 words in 4 minutes at 02:57 AM on Oct 03, 2014

… . . .. …

and the best poetry
is in the lines i wrote
and never sent you

….. .. …….. …………….

well, gladly
i did not
’cause you just
fooled me

and all that
wasted time
looks really

just please,
leave me alone.

50 words in 0 minutes at 05:01 AM on Aug 27, 2014 | comments

i find myself biting nails and revisiting every moment of yesterday night. i can barely see the difference between the two of you and myself and it is really confusing. it feels like i’ve been here before. and even though neil says to don’t let it bring you down i can’t get my mind of you. this doesn’t make any sense but neither do you we.

66 words in 6 minutes at 02:52 AM on May 19, 2014 | comments

it feels good
to revisit these
old notebooks
i almost forgot
how much i loved you
now that i realize
it’s all gone
all i think is
getting out of here

31 words in 4 minutes at 04:10 AM on May 13, 2014 | comments

i’ve never written about the loneliness you left me into but a million miles away have changed that. i wanted you to know that i haven’t slept this week. maybe because my bed feels to big. and that i miss you like crazy. or maybe its just because i like to keep the dogs company while they bark at each other and i watch the moon crossing the sky. it reminds me of how i started this whole shit on a new year’s eve that you payed back all the mess i ever made. now i sit here wondering if it still means anything to you. i think the answer is yes but i’m unsure whether we should talk or not. would it be all right if i invited you out for the first time?

135 words in 10 minutes at 03:55 AM on May 01, 2014 | comments

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