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All you people can't you see, can't you see How your love's affecting
All you people can't you see, can't you see
How your love's affecting our reality
Every time we're down
You can make it right
And that makes you larger than life
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posted November 18, 2006 at 5:48pm EST tagged with
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If I lay here if I just lay here would you lie with me and just forget the world??
You're the only one I ever believed in The answer that could never be found The moment you decided to let love in Now I'm banging on the door of an angel The end of fear is where we begin The moment we decided to let love in
We happened. Like a f.ucking circus blowing through town, we happened, left wrappers and pinwheels littering the ground like dead bodies. Like the end of a war. You moved around the house so gracefully, never touching me, and I laughed because I thought it was your best act, waited hours for your hands because I didn’t want to miss the rest of the show. We walked past each other like a trapeze act, like acrobats on a tightrope, arms spread on either side like it would save them from falling, and we were the best act around. The tent opened, and we were beautiful, effortless, jumping through rings of fire, catching each other in mid-air, wearing our best clothes. You loved me so well with the doors open. You loved me so well with an audience, but I don’t want the circus anymore. I don’t want it. I want to bury it six feet under, mourn it like a casualty and then move on. Chalk it up to something that sounds less like an empty fairground where we fired our first shots, where we first started to fracture like a bone. We may not have worked, but, my God, were we good at pretending. My God, were we something to look at. – Caitlyn Siehl
you have to accept that some people are not made for deep conversations, or for holding you together when you’re about to fall apart, or for keeping you from unzipping your skin, or for talking you out of s.uicide, or to love you through the worst moments of your life. Some people are made for shallow exchanges, and ridiculous banter, and nothing more. And that’s okay. That doesn’t make them horrible people because they simply aren’t able to handle a storm like you. It doesn’t make you a bad person because you won’t divulge all the gritty details of your horror show. It makes you smart. You have to accept that there will be people that cannot give you what you need. It doesn’t mean they are not worth keeping in your life. You just have to figure out who these ones are before you’re disappointed. And you have to keep them at arm’s length. You cannot expect everyone in your life to understand, to be nonjudgmental, to get it. But that’s okay, because not everyone was made to impart wisdom, or wax-poetic, or speak on politics and the depravity of society, or discuss how crucial it is that the stigma of mental illness be abolished. There are times when you have to get away from all that heaviness. You have to. And you will need superficial conversation about Kim Kardashian’s a.rse, or a debate on the color of The Dress. You will need those ones. So don’t go round cutting people off and dropping your friends. You need people for all your seasons. You need people or you won’t survive this.
we used to ride the train, read each other's brain, i used to know you better than anyone else
++ i'm calling you up you tell me "it's over" ( YOU SAY WHAT YOU WANT ) but it's hard when you're young ///
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