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PostSubject: Re: Keeping it Going!   August 12th 2008, 2:55 am

Although it was only noon the sky seem to blacken quickly. I didn't bother to go inside when it started to rain. The coolness was refreshing against my skin. I leaned my head back and enjoyed the rain drops on my face. They fell on my checks and forehead and lips like the tiny sweet, wet kisses of every loved one I'd ever lost. My throat tightens and my hands begin to sweat as I think back. I should have known the sadness would return when I thought about him. It wasn't that long ago when everything started to fall apart: How could I have let things get so bad? How was I even able to love someone like that?! Maybe my mom was right when she called me a loser. I should have listened to my high school Biology teacher when he said I would only be good for men's pleasure and capitalized on that. But I just didn't want to hear it. There have been a lot of things over the years I haven't wanted to hear. My parents gave me a lot of advice that I didn't care to abide by. Now my throbbing heart wishes my weary ears had listened to the countless lectures. But, alas, there is no undoing the past.

It was then, when I stood outside in the rain, that I noticed my life was just a piece of crap. And like the crap that floats on the top of the toilet water I was swirling around eventually going to be sucked down. Down to a world of eternal loneliness, to cry for myself forever. But today I was content to be out in the rain.

The emotions I encountered previous was no longer a concern, things were starting to appear brighter. The sun was already breaking up the thin disorganized clouds. In the distance I could hear the birds singing. The storms in life always pass and life carries on. A storm is something I could use in my head, something that makes me forget everything.

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PostSubject: Re: Keeping it Going!   September 15th 2008, 8:02 pm

Although it was only noon the sky seem to blacken quickly. I didn't bother to go inside when it started to rain. The coolness was refreshing against my skin. I leaned my head back and enjoyed the rain drops on my face. They fell on my checks and forehead and lips like the tiny sweet, wet kisses of every loved one I'd ever lost. My throat tightens and my hands begin to sweat as I think back. I should have known the sadness would return when I thought about him. It wasn't that long ago when everything started to fall apart: How could I have let things get so bad? How was I even able to love someone like that?! Maybe my mom was right when she called me a loser. I should have listened to my high school Biology teacher when he said I would only be good for men's pleasure and capitalized on that. But I just didn't want to hear it. There have been a lot of things over the years I haven't wanted to hear. My parents gave me a lot of advice that I didn't care to abide by. Now my throbbing heart wishes my weary ears had listened to the countless lectures. But, alas, there is no undoing the past.

It was then, when I stood outside in the rain, that I noticed my life was just a piece of crap. And like the crap that floats on the top of the toilet water I was swirling around eventually going to be sucked down. Down to a world of eternal loneliness, to cry for myself forever. But today I was content to be out in the rain.

The emotions I encountered previous was no longer a concern, things were starting to appear brighter. The sun was already breaking up the thin disorganized clouds. In the distance I could hear the birds singing. The storms in life always pass and life carries on. A storm is something I could use in my head, something that makes me forget everything. But wishing for such things only leaves me feeling empty.

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PostSubject: Re: Keeping it Going!   September 16th 2008, 5:33 pm

Although it was only noon the sky seem to blacken quickly. I didn't bother to go inside when it started to rain. The coolness was refreshing against my skin. I leaned my head back and enjoyed the rain drops on my face. They fell on my checks and forehead and lips like the tiny sweet, wet kisses of every loved one I'd ever lost. My throat tightens and my hands begin to sweat as I think back. I should have known the sadness would return when I thought about him. It wasn't that long ago when everything started to fall apart: How could I have let things get so bad? How was I even able to love someone like that?! Maybe my mom was right when she called me a loser. I should have listened to my high school Biology teacher when he said I would only be good for men's pleasure and capitalized on that. But I just didn't want to hear it. There have been a lot of things over the years I haven't wanted to hear. My parents gave me a lot of advice that I didn't care to abide by. Now my throbbing heart wishes my weary ears had listened to the countless lectures. But, alas, there is no undoing the past.

It was then, when I stood outside in the rain, that I noticed my life was just a piece of crap. And like the crap that floats on the top of the toilet water I was swirling around eventually going to be sucked down. Down to a world of eternal loneliness, to cry for myself forever. But today I was content to be out in the rain.

The emotions I encountered previous was no longer a concern, things were starting to appear brighter. The sun was already breaking up the thin disorganized clouds. In the distance I could hear the birds singing. The storms in life always pass and life carries on. A storm is something I could use in my head, something that makes me forget everything. But wishing for such things only leaves me feeling empty. It is time now to look forward and get my life together.

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PostSubject: Re: Keeping it Going!   September 17th 2008, 2:52 am

Although it was only noon the sky seem to blacken quickly. I didn't bother to go inside when it started to rain. The coolness was refreshing against my skin. I leaned my head back and enjoyed the rain drops on my face. They fell on my checks and forehead and lips like the tiny sweet, wet kisses of every loved one I'd ever lost. My throat tightens and my hands begin to sweat as I think back. I should have known the sadness would return when I thought about him. It wasn't that long ago when everything started to fall apart: How could I have let things get so bad? How was I even able to love someone like that?! Maybe my mom was right when she called me a loser. I should have listened to my high school Biology teacher when he said I would only be good for men's pleasure and capitalized on that. But I just didn't want to hear it. There have been a lot of things over the years I haven't wanted to hear. My parents gave me a lot of advice that I didn't care to abide by. Now my throbbing heart wishes my weary ears had listened to the countless lectures. But, alas, there is no undoing the past.

It was then, when I stood outside in the rain, that I noticed my life was just a piece of crap. And like the crap that floats on the top of the toilet water I was swirling around eventually going to be sucked down. Down to a world of eternal loneliness, to cry for myself forever. But today I was content to be out in the rain.

The emotions I encountered previous was no longer a concern, things were starting to appear brighter. The sun was already breaking up the thin disorganized clouds. In the distance I could hear the birds singing. The storms in life always pass and life carries on. A storm is something I could use in my head, something that makes me forget everything. But wishing for such things only leaves me feeling empty. It is time now to look forward and get my life together. And of course that is always easier said then done.

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PostSubject: Re: Keeping it Going!   September 23rd 2008, 5:38 pm

Although it was only noon the sky seem to blacken quickly. I didn't bother to go inside when it started to rain. The coolness was refreshing against my skin. I leaned my head back and enjoyed the rain drops on my face. They fell on my checks and forehead and lips like the tiny sweet, wet kisses of every loved one I'd ever lost. My throat tightens and my hands begin to sweat as I think back. I should have known the sadness would return when I thought about him. It wasn't that long ago when everything started to fall apart: How could I have let things get so bad? How was I even able to love someone like that?! Maybe my mom was right when she called me a loser. I should have listened to my high school Biology teacher when he said I would only be good for men's pleasure and capitalized on that. But I just didn't want to hear it. There have been a lot of things over the years I haven't wanted to hear. My parents gave me a lot of advice that I didn't care to abide by. Now my throbbing heart wishes my weary ears had listened to the countless lectures. But, alas, there is no undoing the past.

It was then, when I stood outside in the rain, that I noticed my life was just a piece of crap. And like the crap that floats on the top of the toilet water I was swirling around eventually going to be sucked down. Down to a world of eternal loneliness, to cry for myself forever. But today I was content to be out in the rain.

The emotions I encountered previous was no longer a concern, things were starting to appear brighter. The sun was already breaking up the thin disorganized clouds. In the distance I could hear the birds singing. The storms in life always pass and life carries on. A storm is something I could use in my head, something that makes me forget everything. But wishing for such things only leaves me feeling empty. It is time now to look forward and get my life together. And of course that is always easier said then done.

I slowly walk into the house, thinking about what I could change first.

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PostSubject: Re: Keeping it Going!   September 23rd 2008, 10:25 pm

Although it was only noon the sky seem to blacken quickly. I didn't bother to go inside when it started to rain. The coolness was refreshing against my skin. I leaned my head back and enjoyed the rain drops on my face. They fell on my checks and forehead and lips like the tiny sweet, wet kisses of every loved one I'd ever lost. My throat tightens and my hands begin to sweat as I think back. I should have known the sadness would return when I thought about him. It wasn't that long ago when everything started to fall apart: How could I have let things get so bad? How was I even able to love someone like that?! Maybe my mom was right when she called me a loser. I should have listened to my high school Biology teacher when he said I would only be good for men's pleasure and capitalized on that. But I just didn't want to hear it. There have been a lot of things over the years I haven't wanted to hear. My parents gave me a lot of advice that I didn't care to abide by. Now my throbbing heart wishes my weary ears had listened to the countless lectures. But, alas, there is no undoing the past.

It was then, when I stood outside in the rain, that I noticed my life was just a piece of crap. And like the crap that floats on the top of the toilet water I was swirling around eventually going to be sucked down. Down to a world of eternal loneliness, to cry for myself forever. But today I was content to be out in the rain.

The emotions I encountered previous was no longer a concern, things were starting to appear brighter. The sun was already breaking up the thin disorganized clouds. In the distance I could hear the birds singing. The storms in life always pass and life carries on. A storm is something I could use in my head, something that makes me forget everything. But wishing for such things only leaves me feeling empty. It is time now to look forward and get my life together. And of course that is always easier said then done.

I slowly walk into the house, thinking about what I could change first. The ugly green sofa in the front room seems like an obvious first choice, but here I am again focusing on the petty while I should be thinking about the profound.
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PostSubject: Re: Keeping it Going!   September 24th 2008, 4:39 pm

Although it was only noon the sky seem to blacken quickly. I didn't bother to go inside when it started to rain. The coolness was refreshing against my skin. I leaned my head back and enjoyed the rain drops on my face. They fell on my checks and forehead and lips like the tiny sweet, wet kisses of every loved one I'd ever lost. My throat tightens and my hands begin to sweat as I think back. I should have known the sadness would return when I thought about him. It wasn't that long ago when everything started to fall apart: How could I have let things get so bad? How was I even able to love someone like that?! Maybe my mom was right when she called me a loser. I should have listened to my high school Biology teacher when he said I would only be good for men's pleasure and capitalized on that. But I just didn't want to hear it. There have been a lot of things over the years I haven't wanted to hear. My parents gave me a lot of advice that I didn't care to abide by. Now my throbbing heart wishes my weary ears had listened to the countless lectures. But, alas, there is no undoing the past.

It was then, when I stood outside in the rain, that I noticed my life was just a piece of crap. And like the crap that floats on the top of the toilet water I was swirling around eventually going to be sucked down. Down to a world of eternal loneliness, to cry for myself forever. But today I was content to be out in the rain.

The emotions I encountered previous was no longer a concern, things were starting to appear brighter. The sun was already breaking up the thin disorganized clouds. In the distance I could hear the birds singing. The storms in life always pass and life carries on. A storm is something I could use in my head, something that makes me forget everything. But wishing for such things only leaves me feeling empty. It is time now to look forward and get my life together. And of course that is always easier said then done.

I slowly walk into the house, thinking about what I could change first. The ugly green sofa in the front room seems like an obvious first choice, but here I am again focusing on the petty while I should be thinking about the profound. This happens all too often, life isn't as simple as I'd like to believe but I try to control myself.

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PostSubject: Re: Keeping it Going!   September 25th 2008, 10:41 am

Although it was only noon the sky seem to blacken quickly. I didn't bother to go inside when it started to rain. The coolness was refreshing against my skin. I leaned my head back and enjoyed the rain drops on my face. They fell on my checks and forehead and lips like the tiny sweet, wet kisses of every loved one I'd ever lost. My throat tightens and my hands begin to sweat as I think back. I should have known the sadness would return when I thought about him. It wasn't that long ago when everything started to fall apart: How could I have let things get so bad? How was I even able to love someone like that?! Maybe my mom was right when she called me a loser. I should have listened to my high school Biology teacher when he said I would only be good for men's pleasure and capitalized on that. But I just didn't want to hear it. There have been a lot of things over the years I haven't wanted to hear. My parents gave me a lot of advice that I didn't care to abide by. Now my throbbing heart wishes my weary ears had listened to the countless lectures. But, alas, there is no undoing the past.

It was then, when I stood outside in the rain, that I noticed my life was just a piece of crap. And like the crap that floats on the top of the toilet water I was swirling around eventually going to be sucked down. Down to a world of eternal loneliness, to cry for myself forever. But today I was content to be out in the rain.

The emotions I encountered previous was no longer a concern, things were starting to appear brighter. The sun was already breaking up the thin disorganized clouds. In the distance I could hear the birds singing. The storms in life always pass and life carries on. A storm is something I could use in my head, something that makes me forget everything. But wishing for such things only leaves me feeling empty. It is time now to look forward and get my life together. And of course that is always easier said then done.

I slowly walk into the house, thinking about what I could change first. The ugly green sofa in the front room seems like an obvious first choice, but here I am again focusing on the petty while I should be thinking about the profound. This happens all too often, life isn't as simple as I'd like to believe but I try to control myself. I walk to my bedroom and, of course, what's the first thing I have to see?
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PostSubject: Re: Keeping it Going!   October 2nd 2008, 4:00 pm

Although it was only noon the sky seem to blacken quickly. I didn't bother to go inside when it started to rain. The coolness was refreshing against my skin. I leaned my head back and enjoyed the rain drops on my face. They fell on my checks and forehead and lips like the tiny sweet, wet kisses of every loved one I'd ever lost. My throat tightens and my hands begin to sweat as I think back. I should have known the sadness would return when I thought about him. It wasn't that long ago when everything started to fall apart: How could I have let things get so bad? How was I even able to love someone like that?! Maybe my mom was right when she called me a loser. I should have listened to my high school Biology teacher when he said I would only be good for men's pleasure and capitalized on that. But I just didn't want to hear it. There have been a lot of things over the years I haven't wanted to hear. My parents gave me a lot of advice that I didn't care to abide by. Now my throbbing heart wishes my weary ears had listened to the countless lectures. But, alas, there is no undoing the past.

It was then, when I stood outside in the rain, that I noticed my life was just a piece of crap. And like the crap that floats on the top of the toilet water I was swirling around eventually going to be sucked down. Down to a world of eternal loneliness, to cry for myself forever. But today I was content to be out in the rain.

The emotions I encountered previous was no longer a concern, things were starting to appear brighter. The sun was already breaking up the thin disorganized clouds. In the distance I could hear the birds singing. The storms in life always pass and life carries on. A storm is something I could use in my head, something that makes me forget everything. But wishing for such things only leaves me feeling empty. It is time now to look forward and get my life together. And of course that is always easier said then done.

I slowly walk into the house, thinking about what I could change first. The ugly green sofa in the front room seems like an obvious first choice, but here I am again focusing on the petty while I should be thinking about the profound. This happens all too often, life isn't as simple as I'd like to believe but I try to control myself. I walk to my bedroom and, of course, what's the first thing I have to see? The picture of him on my nightstand, he was the first thing I should get rid of.

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PostSubject: Re: Keeping it Going!   October 12th 2008, 12:01 am

Although it was only noon the sky seem to blacken quickly. I didn't bother to go inside when it started to rain. The coolness was refreshing against my skin. I leaned my head back and enjoyed the rain drops on my face. They fell on my checks and forehead and lips like the tiny sweet, wet kisses of every loved one I'd ever lost. My throat tightens and my hands begin to sweat as I think back. I should have known the sadness would return when I thought about him. It wasn't that long ago when everything started to fall apart: How could I have let things get so bad? How was I even able to love someone like that?! Maybe my mom was right when she called me a loser. I should have listened to my high school Biology teacher when he said I would only be good for men's pleasure and capitalized on that. But I just didn't want to hear it. There have been a lot of things over the years I haven't wanted to hear. My parents gave me a lot of advice that I didn't care to abide by. Now my throbbing heart wishes my weary ears had listened to the countless lectures. But, alas, there is no undoing the past.

It was then, when I stood outside in the rain, that I noticed my life was just a piece of crap. And like the crap that floats on the top of the toilet water I was swirling around eventually going to be sucked down. Down to a world of eternal loneliness, to cry for myself forever. But today I was content to be out in the rain.

The emotions I encountered previous was no longer a concern, things were starting to appear brighter. The sun was already breaking up the thin disorganized clouds. In the distance I could hear the birds singing. The storms in life always pass and life carries on. A storm is something I could use in my head, something that makes me forget everything. But wishing for such things only leaves me feeling empty. It is time now to look forward and get my life together. And of course that is always easier said then done.

I slowly walk into the house, thinking about what I could change first. The ugly green sofa in the front room seems like an obvious first choice, but here I am again focusing on the petty while I should be thinking about the profound. This happens all too often, life isn't as simple as I'd like to believe but I try to control myself. I walk to my bedroom and, of course, what's the first thing I have to see? The picture of him on my nightstand, he was the first thing I should get rid of. After looking at the picture for the last time I reach for it and throw it across the room.

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PostSubject: Re: Keeping it Going!   October 18th 2008, 8:25 pm

Although it was only noon the sky seem to blacken quickly. I didn't bother to go inside when it started to rain. The coolness was refreshing against my skin. I leaned my head back and enjoyed the rain drops on my face. They fell on my checks and forehead and lips like the tiny sweet, wet kisses of every loved one I'd ever lost. My throat tightens and my hands begin to sweat as I think back. I should have known the sadness would return when I thought about him. It wasn't that long ago when everything started to fall apart: How could I have let things get so bad? How was I even able to love someone like that?! Maybe my mom was right when she called me a loser. I should have listened to my high school Biology teacher when he said I would only be good for men's pleasure and capitalized on that. But I just didn't want to hear it. There have been a lot of things over the years I haven't wanted to hear. My parents gave me a lot of advice that I didn't care to abide by. Now my throbbing heart wishes my weary ears had listened to the countless lectures. But, alas, there is no undoing the past.

It was then, when I stood outside in the rain, that I noticed my life was just a piece of crap. And like the crap that floats on the top of the toilet water I was swirling around eventually going to be sucked down. Down to a world of eternal loneliness, to cry for myself forever. But today I was content to be out in the rain.

The emotions I encountered previous was no longer a concern, things were starting to appear brighter. The sun was already breaking up the thin disorganized clouds. In the distance I could hear the birds singing. The storms in life always pass and life carries on. A storm is something I could use in my head, something that makes me forget everything. But wishing for such things only leaves me feeling empty. It is time now to look forward and get my life together. And of course that is always easier said then done.

I slowly walk into the house, thinking about what I could change first. The ugly green sofa in the front room seems like an obvious first choice, but here I am again focusing on the petty while I should be thinking about the profound. This happens all too often, life isn't as simple as I'd like to believe but I try to control myself. I walk to my bedroom and, of course, what's the first thing I have to see? The picture of him on my nightstand, he was the first thing I should get rid of. After looking at the picture for the last time I reach for it and throw it across the room. The glass shattered in a million pieces, one that came screaming towards my eye. I screamed in horror as blood streamed down my face.

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PostSubject: Re: Keeping it Going!   October 21st 2008, 4:41 pm

Although it was only noon the sky seem to blacken quickly. I didn't bother to go inside when it started to rain. The coolness was refreshing against my skin. I leaned my head back and enjoyed the rain drops on my face. They fell on my checks and forehead and lips like the tiny sweet, wet kisses of every loved one I'd ever lost. My throat tightens and my hands begin to sweat as I think back. I should have known the sadness would return when I thought about him. It wasn't that long ago when everything started to fall apart: How could I have let things get so bad? How was I even able to love someone like that?! Maybe my mom was right when she called me a loser. I should have listened to my high school Biology teacher when he said I would only be good for men's pleasure and capitalized on that. But I just didn't want to hear it. There have been a lot of things over the years I haven't wanted to hear. My parents gave me a lot of advice that I didn't care to abide by. Now my throbbing heart wishes my weary ears had listened to the countless lectures. But, alas, there is no undoing the past.

It was then, when I stood outside in the rain, that I noticed my life was just a piece of crap. And like the crap that floats on the top of the toilet water I was swirling around eventually going to be sucked down. Down to a world of eternal loneliness, to cry for myself forever. But today I was content to be out in the rain.

The emotions I encountered previous was no longer a concern, things were starting to appear brighter. The sun was already breaking up the thin disorganized clouds. In the distance I could hear the birds singing. The storms in life always pass and life carries on. A storm is something I could use in my head, something that makes me forget everything. But wishing for such things only leaves me feeling empty. It is time now to look forward and get my life together. And of course that is always easier said then done.

I slowly walk into the house, thinking about what I could change first. The ugly green sofa in the front room seems like an obvious first choice, but here I am again focusing on the petty while I should be thinking about the profound. This happens all too often, life isn't as simple as I'd like to believe but I try to control myself. I walk to my bedroom and, of course, what's the first thing I have to see? The picture of him on my nightstand, he was the first thing I should get rid of. After looking at the picture for the last time I reach for it and throw it across the room. The glass shattered in a million pieces, one that came screaming towards my eye. I screamed in horror as blood streamed down my face. It seems that luck just wasn't on my side, or I would have been perfectly fine while million pieces of glass spread through the room.

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PostSubject: Re: Keeping it Going!   April 22nd 2009, 3:17 pm

Although it was only noon the sky seem to blacken quickly. I didn't bother to go inside when it started to rain. The coolness was refreshing against my skin. I leaned my head back and enjoyed the rain drops on my face. They fell on my checks and forehead and lips like the tiny sweet, wet kisses of every loved one I'd ever lost. My throat tightens and my hands begin to sweat as I think back. I should have known the sadness would return when I thought about him. It wasn't that long ago when everything started to fall apart: How could I have let things get so bad? How was I even able to love someone like that?! Maybe my mom was right when she called me a loser. I should have listened to my high school Biology teacher when he said I would only be good for men's pleasure and capitalized on that. But I just didn't want to hear it. There have been a lot of things over the years I haven't wanted to hear. My parents gave me a lot of advice that I didn't care to abide by. Now my throbbing heart wishes my weary ears had listened to the countless lectures. But, alas, there is no undoing the past.

It was then, when I stood outside in the rain, that I noticed my life was just a piece of crap. And like the crap that floats on the top of the toilet water I was swirling around eventually going to be sucked down. Down to a world of eternal loneliness, to cry for myself forever. But today I was content to be out in the rain.

The emotions I encountered previous was no longer a concern, things were starting to appear brighter. The sun was already breaking up the thin disorganized clouds. In the distance I could hear the birds singing. The storms in life always pass and life carries on. A storm is something I could use in my head, something that makes me forget everything. But wishing for such things only leaves me feeling empty. It is time now to look forward and get my life together. And of course that is always easier said then done.

I slowly walk into the house, thinking about what I could change first. The ugly green sofa in the front room seems like an obvious first choice, but here I am again focusing on the petty while I should be thinking about the profound. This happens all too often, life isn't as simple as I'd like to believe but I try to control myself. I walk to my bedroom and, of course, what's the first thing I have to see? The picture of him on my nightstand, he was the first thing I should get rid of. After looking at the picture for the last time I reach for it and throw it across the room. The glass shattered in a million pieces, one that came screaming towards my eye. I screamed in horror as blood streamed down my face. It seems that luck just wasn't on my side, or I would have been perfectly fine while million pieces of glass spread through the room. Still I didn't know what to do.

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PostSubject: Re: Keeping it Going!   April 22nd 2009, 6:12 pm

Although it was only noon the sky seem to blacken quickly. I didn't bother to go inside when it started to rain. The coolness was refreshing against my skin. I leaned my head back and enjoyed the rain drops on my face. They fell on my checks and forehead and lips like the tiny sweet, wet kisses of every loved one I'd ever lost. My throat tightens and my hands begin to sweat as I think back. I should have known the sadness would return when I thought about him. It wasn't that long ago when everything started to fall apart: How could I have let things get so bad? How was I even able to love someone like that?! Maybe my mom was right when she called me a loser. I should have listened to my high school Biology teacher when he said I would only be good for men's pleasure and capitalized on that. But I just didn't want to hear it. There have been a lot of things over the years I haven't wanted to hear. My parents gave me a lot of advice that I didn't care to abide by. Now my throbbing heart wishes my weary ears had listened to the countless lectures. But, alas, there is no undoing the past.

It was then, when I stood outside in the rain, that I noticed my life was just a piece of crap. And like the crap that floats on the top of the toilet water I was swirling around eventually going to be sucked down. Down to a world of eternal loneliness, to cry for myself forever. But today I was content to be out in the rain.

The emotions I encountered previous was no longer a concern, things were starting to appear brighter. The sun was already breaking up the thin disorganized clouds. In the distance I could hear the birds singing. The storms in life always pass and life carries on. A storm is something I could use in my head, something that makes me forget everything. But wishing for such things only leaves me feeling empty. It is time now to look forward and get my life together. And of course that is always easier said then done.

I slowly walk into the house, thinking about what I could change first. The ugly green sofa in the front room seems like an obvious first choice, but here I am again focusing on the petty while I should be thinking about the profound. This happens all too often, life isn't as simple as I'd like to believe but I try to control myself. I walk to my bedroom and, of course, what's the first thing I have to see? The picture of him on my nightstand, he was the first thing I should get rid of. After looking at the picture for the last time I reach for it and throw it across the room. The glass shattered in a million pieces, one that came screaming towards my eye. I screamed in horror as blood streamed down my face. It seems that luck just wasn't on my side, or I would have been perfectly fine while million pieces of glass spread through the room. Still I didn't know what to do. "...you're not hurt much, you can handle this..." came a voice from somewhere within while she instinctively walked towards the mirror above the washbasin in the bathroom to see for herself, she guessed it couldn't be serious if she could rest calm like this
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