#1
You've given up on life, love and the pursuit of "chilling out" when
you purposely fail to buckle up in the car or when you go into a Panera Bread and
ask them to undercook the chicken on your sandwiches.
Simon Allen isn't a concern to you.
Shrapnel sounds like a superhero
And scars are war trophies.
A whale can find his soul mate across miles and miles of ocean
and I can't even locate my dress pants for work or have a civil phone call
with an ex whom I still consider my best friend.
Did you know that people actually die of broken hearts?
Every day.
It's a legitimate medical condition in which the heart grieves so hard and bad-ass
that it drains itself of all of it's energy and hit points.
The heart becomes a child again -
The neighbor kids are all playing games of "Men" in the backyard with sticks, fake guns and knives and crushed lightning bugs that are smeared on their faces as war paint.
They make the rules - Anything past the bushes is hot lava.
Anything past the McMullen's yeard is shark infested waters.
The heart shows up an hour later and walks past the bushes and little Robbie
with the lisp quips,
"You can't go over there, that's hot lava!"
The heart proclaims, "Oh, I'm sorry, I wasn't here for the rules."
That's life.
It's a global killer and I'm uninsured.
Poor advice.
#2
this is actually the best piece i've read from you (even though i never actually comment). very relatable, very tense and emotional. i loved it.
"i'd give my soul to be where i was a year ago... if i had a soul left to give"
#3
"you purposely fail to buckle up in the car" This line is great. I've always thought about that, sometimes when I'm pissed off and depressed I'll drive fast without a seat belt. I wanted to use that idea in one of my pieces. The ending was nice as well.
Quote by ottoavist

i suppose there's a chance
i'm just a litte too shallow to consider
that maybe i've been a little more eager
each day to wake up and take a shower
brush my teeth and smile for the mirror
#4
Quote by TV Party
this is actually the best piece i've read from you (even though i never actually comment). very relatable, very tense and emotional. i loved it.


Wow, that's quite a compliment.
Poor advice.