Don’t look at me that way
I don’t need your pity. Well, sometimes I play on it but I don’t need it.
Just because I’ve suddenly started blacking out doesn’t mean I need you to smother me.
Don’t think that I can’t do things on my own now. That I am too weak to function. Don’t you think I hare the limitations of my body enough?
Think of me as strong for fighting. Bit give me breathing apace.
I need breathing space.
Survived the busiest mall in the Metro alone today. Lost my wallet in the process.
you, sir, are not worth my tears. but nobody seems to have informed my tearducts, or they just don’t care.
The first boy I fell in love with didn’t know I loved him, but he managed to break my heart anyway.
author of White Cat
12-5: wet dreams are made of these
i don’t usually have those types of dreams. but it seems to be a given that when I do, it would be with you
Two days ago my friend tried to kiss me.
Today I learn he has a girl friend.
You owe me, Universe.
Unbeing dead isn’t being alive.
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