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BraveryI'm not brave, I never said I was brave, and I will continue saying I'm not brave.Bravery isn't politeness to trolls if you do that because you don't want trouble.Bravery isn't saying "Yeah I like guys" if you never admit who you like.Bravery isn't standing up for others or speaking back to people if you can't keep quiet.Bravery isn't admitting obsessions, if others admit bigger confessions while you can't.Bravery isn't being dumped, it's dumping another person even though you know it hurts.Bravery isn't dating someone, it's being able to be single.Bravery isn't admitting you like someone, it's admitting you don't.Bravery isn't 9 accounts, it's one.Bravery isn't ignoring jealousy, it's admitting it.Bravery isn't telling the truth, it's telling the whole truth.Bravery isn't going "there", it's being you and going "here" anyway.Bravery isn't what I am, and I'll never be brave enough.That's why you're my hero. You might not think you're that great, but you were able to do the
Angel Creek - Chapter Six“Hey T, I’m going to be out tonight.” Santhi was packing her bag for school.“Wait, what?” Tristan looked up from his own bag. “Why?”“…Gotta do some stuff for mom.”“At night?”“Yeah, she doesn’t like me missing school and it can’t wait till the weekend.”“…Yeah, sure.” Tristan didn’t quite buy the explanation but he wasn’t going to dispute it.“You ready?” Santhi already had her bag on her back.“Yep. So you’ll be out all night?”Santhi nodded looking rather green. A moment passed before she bolted to the window, throwing it open and – to put it politely – expelling her breakfast from her stomach. When she turned back to Tristan she still looked unwell but a sheepish look was also apparent on her face. Wiping her mouth on a handkerchief Santhi apologised.“What just happened there?” Tristan himself looked
No. 10: Breathe AgainIt’s not often I’m stuckStuck for wordsBut seeing you thereSo paleSo small and fragileIt tugs at my heart stringsI wish things wereCould have been differentLooking at you thereYou were a fighterAre, I remind myselfUnwilling to believe itBelieve that you’re goneI force myself to believe you’re just asleepYou’re still sleepingBlinking back tears I refuseRefuse to believe you’re goneBut deep in my heart I knowI can’t even look at youI’m sorryI faintly hear my fatherTelling us to hurryI have to keep my composureCan’t cry nowMy legs feel like jello as I walk downDown the stairs to the family carI’m afraid I’ll fall overCan’t cry nowStumbling blindlyI hold back tearsI can’t take it any longerFalling roughly against the wallI begin to sob loudlyI can’t feel anythingBut I’m faintly aware of my fatherRunning to meTaking me gently in his strong armsLeading me in the car
It's UnfairIt’s unfairUnfair how I can’t even get a hugUnfair how even if I’m sickEven if I’m unwellI get shunnedShunned by societyI see themGetting hugsHugs and attentionGetting what should be mineIt’s unfairIt’s unfairUnfair how she has no boundariesUnfair how they getGet my foodWhile I’m left to starveTo begIf I so much as ask for a crumbI’m scoldedTold off for beggingTold off for going anywhereIt’s unfairIt’s unfairUnfair how I have to watch themWatch them all insideDry and warmWhile I’m stuck out in all weatherIf I dare complainI’m told to shut itShut my mouthWhile they get treatedWith love and warmthIt’s unfairIt’s unfairUnfair how I can’t go anywhereAnywhere without supervisionI feel like I’m in a cageGawked at and coddled by societyWhile they have freedomI can’t even eat unless they feed meIf I’m ever allowed outThey shut me inI’m neve