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  • Niaxuz

    i dont like the memories because the tears come easily and once again i break my promise to myself for this day. its a constant battle. a war between remembering and forgetting #quote

  • Camila

    I sat, rocking back and forth, head in my hands, the heat of my tears stinging my face. All I feel is numbness, a hole in my heart where there is nothing. Sometimes I can't even breath. I begin to forget who I am. It's been so long and instead of strengthening my self I've fallen to pieces. Broken hearts are the worst type of pain. And as tears stream down my face I do realize something. Even though I know I'm not good enough, I thought that even for a second that I was worth something to him. But I was foolish. And wrong. He doesn't care. I was nothing but a way to pass time. So deep in the woods I lean back against a tree my wall broken, my arms bloodied, my face soaked, and I can't help but think, is this really happening. It seems like a bad dream. A total nightmare. Yet with every scratch and pinch I'm reminded that it's real. And that it's life. I'm a shell of a demigod, one that doesn't deserve to even be given the chance to become a hero. One that like all the Demeter kids before me, has broken. But for them they ended it on their terms. They left everyone and everything behind. And I find myself weak. I can't even do that. I've never felt so tongue tied, just by staring into someone's eyes. Yet now I am. I'm forced to live out my days pretending everything is fine. Standing up shakily I walk down the winded forest path blood staining the green grass. Pain floods through me as I'm sent tumbling down. The last thing I see is a long stick, embellded in my left side, the empact driving it in further. Then blackness and pain, as blood spills.

  • Bethany Hester-Goralski

    I don't like the memories because the tears come easily, and once again I break my promise to myself for this day. It's a constant battle. A war between remembering and forgetting. So true.

  • Nicole Fuelling

    This is sincerely the most truthful thing I've found. I'm at war with myself most days. I never want to forget but I constantly don't want to think about it. Forgetting is my worse fear.

  • Ashlyn Kennedy

    "I don't like the memories because the tears come easily, and once again I break my promise to myself for this day. It's a constant battle. A war between remembering and forgetting." She says, her eyes beginning to water, "But the thing about remember those bad days, is that you can love the good ones even more." -Frost

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