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Take pride in what you’ve accomplished throughout the years, because you know that many others put in your place would have fallen without the strength to stand up once more. And yet you’re still going, stronger that before. You don’t need her help. All those years the best she could do was to leave you alone. If she doesn’t want to be part of this family, it’s not your problem and it certainly is not your fault. Don’t let someone who can’t even bother to care for her own daughter bring you down, because you deserve better than that. You love her because she brought you into this world, but you have no further obligations, because she neglected her responsibilities and failed as a mother. You wish her the best, because after high school, chances are you won’t be seeing her anymore. And now……you stand up, dust yourself off, and step into the last five months of high school with your head held high, because you’ve moved beyond the Past. This is Now. This will be the Future soon enough. So you take one last look back at the at the carnage, and walk away knowing that she will never hurt you again.


(Stolen from Facebook, written about a year ago)

Disclaimer: That was the Past. This is Now.


Dear You,
I haven’t seen you for the longest time. I’m terrified, because your voice is fading into the void, and I can’t seem to recall your face anymore. Don’t, don’t forget about me…

Dear You,
How’s gr.12 going? Must be tough, crazy grades and tests and all that, plus that goddamn place. Bet ya miss me!

Dear You,
I remember the time when I was walking across the food court, completely burnt out, with a huge backpack on my shoulders, thinking very unpleasant thoughts…and there you were. I’m sorry I took off in the other direction, but I couldn’t be sure it was you until I got to the other side of the place, turned around, and saw you lining up at your favourite place…mirroring my actions. I shook the whole way home, and I was…really glad it rained that day.

Dear You,
I can’t help it, but every time some sappy little ballad comes on the radio, that one person pops into my head…you.

Dear You,
Remember that time when we played air hockey together, and you pwned me 7-1? The truth is…I was so nervous, I scored on myself twice =].

Dear You,
Explain to me, why, after all this time, I. Still. Can’t. Forget. About. You.

Dear You,
Mediocre vampire movies and Family Guy won’t ever be the same from now on.

Dear You,
I’m sorry, so sorry I left, without saying goodbye. I’m sorry I just walked straight past you, knowing that it was the last time.

Dear You,
It’s stupid of me, but what kept me and keeps me going right now is knowing that, out there, I loved, truly loved one person, and he loved me back. Someday, someday…

Dear You,
I hate that I love you so.

Stars & Hearts, Me

When I find myself in times of trouble
Mother Mary comes to me
Speaking words of wisdom, let it be.
And in my hour of darkness
She is standing right in front of me
Speaking words of wisdom, let it be.
Let it be, let it be.
Let it be, let it be.
Whisper words of wisdom, let it be.

And when the brokenhearted people
Living in the world agree
There will be an answer, let it be.
For though they may be parted there is
Still a chance that they will see
There will be an answer, let it be.

And when the night is cloudy,
There is still a light that shines on me.
Shine until tomorrow, let it be.
I wake up to the sound of music
Mother Mary comes to me
Speaking words of wisdom, let it be.

Let it be, let it be.
Let it be, let it be.
There will be no sorrow, let it be

I wake up, it’s a bad dream
No one on my side
I was fighting
But I just feel too tired
To be fighting
Guess I’m not the fighting kind
Wouldn’t mind it
If you were by my side
But you’re long gone
Yeah, you’re long gone now

I’ve been waiting to write this ever since Grade 8, reading those tacky, but nevertheless heartfelt little paragraphs next to the grads in their gowns.

Yes, it’s tiiiiiiiiiiiiime!

Five years dashed by faster than the speed of light. Blink, and we’re poised on the brink of adulthood. This has been an unforgettable journey, but it’s time to say goodbye. Endless love & gratitude to my family & friends. Grads of ’10, it’s our time to shine.

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