Thought Streaming #9 (2011)

I don't know how I actually feel about it...

EVERYTHING reminds me of him,

...And of us...

Whatever "us" is...

I know that we are friends,

And I know that I love him still,

And I know I cannot escape the feeling that I have;

That he COULD love,

If only he would let himself...

I really wish I knew what happened to him in his life,

To do this to him,

To make him cynical and sad...

I believe there was a time where he let people into life,

A bit more than he does now.

And I worry about him...

Constantly.

He is always present in my thought,

And...I dunno,

I guess that this coming week and a half will be a test for me:

Will I still think of him endlessly when he comes back?

-Or will I be over it after all?

Either way,

It will definitely be a hard week for me though.

...I'm tough, I can handle it...

And I'll continue to read the "Twilight Series,"

Even though it makes me think of him even more than I usually do...

-And makes me ache and yearn for him...

:) heh...even more than I usually do...  :)


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Emo, angsty gothic love stories, mostly some kind of poetry. A passion I didn't know I had until I was about 21. Something that I have been doing mostly consistently ever since. My pen name is Belasrose, my online name is Caerid Lock.
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Afterthought: The first Twilight book wasn't bad, the second one was okay, the third one was cringeworthy, and the fourth one made me sick to my stomach. This was written when I started the first book. Forgive me, I was young, and my roommate at the time and I did a book swap, I had to read something he picked, and he had to read something I picked. -I won, because I made it through all of "Twilight", he couldn't stomach "An American Doctor's Odyssey" by Victor Heiser.
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