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Give me love like her,
'cause lately I've been waking up alone,
Paint splattered teardrops on my shirt,
Told you I'd let them go,
And that I'll fight my corner,
Maybe tonight I'll call ya,
After my blood turns into alcohol,
No, I just wanna hold ya.
-Ed Sheeran, Give Me Love
By Evangelina Samuell
When you are called too many names, sometimes they all come to an end.
A first chapter of a novel I started, but I'm not sure if I want to continue. I posted this on Figment and Wattpad, as well.
By Celeste Poh
A psycho has been released after ten years of living in the mental hospital. However, he was on the verge of playing a new game with the five victims. And all of them were skinny girls.
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Meet Rayne, a normal 9th grader who has known this boy named Aeron since birth. They've grown to know everything about each other over the years and then eventually grew feelings for each other. Rayne thought her and Aeron had something special between them until...
originality is what makes up you
Poetry | Updated Jan 15, 2014 | Reads: 9 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 4
This is a happy story. It's a the story of a teenage girl picking up her pieces one shred at a time. Her friend Ana embodies vanity and recklessness and lives feverishly close always beckoning to go farther into the darkness than she is willing to go. This girl is neither special, nor stronger,...
By Oliver Daisies
She wanted so desperately to measure up to everybody else's expectations that she forgot how beautiful she really was.
**for MD22's contest**
Of the many summers of my lifetime, it had to be the one after my graduation from the hell people call High School to have me reach my breaking point; my mother says she found me on the bathroom floor of our house, back in Bellscreek, Ohio, bleeding from an open gash in my left wrist. If it...
A poem of a girl who knows she's walking into a darkness she probably won't come back from.
This is a poem I wrote recently about anorexia and what it can do to your body. Enjoy!
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Poetry | Updated Jun 24, 2013 | Reads: 26 | Comments: 4 | Likes: 9
How far will you go to keep your relationship together, and how much farther to keep it a secret?
He's hungry, but he wants to be perfect.
Mirror Image is a short story about a girl battling anorexia and eventually going into recovery.