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Rated: GC · Book · Emotional · #594306
My life is about as interesting as the next person's.
#368239 added August 23, 2005 at 12:13pm
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Loneliness
Current Mood: tired

Current Music: The Cranberries

Do you ever just miss someone so much? Everything reminds you of that person and you just don't know how to not miss them; how to not feel lonely anymore? And then there's the person that you can't miss ever if your life depended on it. *sigh* What am I supposed to do? I can't break his heart. I can't sever the bond we've created . . . I mean, we're close in more ways than anyone'd ever know. I just feel like I'm only sticking around because it's familiar . . . or because I have to. I'm just so unbelievably confused and sad all at the same time. I don't know how to handle this. I feel smothered and suffocated most of the time, but I don't know what to do about it. I just want it all to end. *sigh*




"He's under my skin
just give me something
to get rid of him.
I've got a reason now to
bury him alive.
Another little white lie . . ."

*Alexz Johnson



"Let me rise
let me fall.
Let me breathe,
I wanna lose control
I'm not afraid to lose it all.
Let me break,
let me crawl,
'cause I will get up again
if you let me fall."

*Alexz Johnson

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Good fences make good neighbors.


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Good fences make good neighbors.

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