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The Head-hopper

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Pages from Another Place

An

Espresso Tale

By

Accipiter G. Goshawk

I
started head hopping when I was twelve.

To
this day, I’m not entirely sure of how it happened. One moment I was listening
to my Aunt Katie lecturing me about sitting up straight and the next I was
staring at myself from behind her eyes. Immediately I’d felt her disapproval at
my indecorous posture. Observing myself, I noticed that I was indeed slouching
over.

So,
I’d straightened.

A
smile had instantly appeared on Aunt Katie’s face and she’d patted me on the
head.

From
that moment on, I discovered that I was able to enter the thoughts of anyone
around me. Funnily enough though, I could only do this when they were talking
with, thinking of or looking at me.

I
was surprised to find that there were many things that my nearest and dearest
felt I could correct and do better…

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If you are heartbroken.

I relate to this so much, I could almost have written it myself – not as well though, of course!

Crazyness

Writer: Courtney

  1. You told me that I was your rose, but in the winter you turned your attention to all the other flowers in the garden instead of tending to my fallen petals.
  2. Perhaps it’s just easier to smile and pretend everything is fine, rather than admit my heart’s a little swollen from losing something that wasn’t even mine.
  3. I tried to stop loving you so I built walls around my heart and found another name to whisper in the night. But you carved yourself into my veins whether you meant to or not. And sometimes I wonder if you remember the way we looked at each other or maybe you just forgot.
  4. My heart is not in my body it’s lying under the castle you burned down.
    Yet I am still here an empty shell with bloodshot eyes and a fake smile.
  5. My heart is not in my body…

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