Surviving.

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'If people were rain, I was drizzle, and he was a hurricane'

I loved him. Of course I loved him.

But in this life, we couldn't be together. I guess I was kind of hoping that if we died together, it would mean we could be together after death'

This is not a love story. This is a real story, about love,
hopelessness, and light.

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Surviving.

Submitted: January 20, 2013

'If people were rain, I was drizzle, and he was a hurricane'

I loved him. Of course I loved him.

But in this life, we couldn't be together. I guess I was kind of hoping that if we died together, it would mean we could be together after death'

This is not a love story. This is a real story, about love,
hopelessness, and light. Read Chapter

Heartbroken.

Submitted: January 20, 2013

God, his eyes. Truthfully, I am a natural eye person. Some like a cute smile, some like a bit of ass, some like a good figure, but fo... Read Chapter

The park.

Submitted: January 23, 2013

Previously;

Well, I'm a girl. Who is in love with a boy. Who is in turn, in love with a girl. But she is not me.

And he is so broken. Read Chapter

Confusion

Submitted: February 10, 2013

Message from Chapter 2.

Well, I'm a girl. Who is in love with a boy. Who is in turn, in love with a girl. But she is not me.

And he is so broken.

Message from Chapter 3.

The park scene. A warm, daydreamy and perfect day spent laying in the sun, braiding hair and sharing thoughts, listening to Ed Sheeran and wishing he'd relate the lyrics to me like I do to him.
I wished I could take him on holiday up in those clouds.
But instead, I take him home for a small holiday in my crazy home.

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Reprimanded.

Submitted: April 06, 2013

Message from Chapter 2.

Well, I'm a girl. Who is in love with a boy. Who is in turn, in love with a girl. But she is not me.

And he is so broken.

Message from Chapter 3.

The park scene. A warm, daydreamy and perfect day spent laying in the sun, braiding hair and sharing thoughts, listening to Ed Sheeran and wishing he'd relate the lyrics to me like I do to him.
I wished I could take him on holiday up in those clouds.
But instead, I take him home for a small holiday in my crazy home.

Message from Chapter 4.

Confusion. Raw confusion.
But drunken confusion, to make it worse.
A moment of a close face, and a lack of memory of why it was so close.
A morning of fending off suggestive stares from the family, and a regretted confidence given to the wrong 'friend' at school the next day... Read Chapter

Backstab.

Submitted: June 20, 2013

Message from Chapter 2.

Well, I'm a girl. Who is in love with a boy. Who is in turn, in love with a girl. But she is not me.

And he is so broken.

Message from Chapter 3.

The park scene. A warm, daydreamy and perfect day spent laying in the sun, braiding hair and sharing thoughts, listening to Ed Sheeran and wishing he'd relate the lyrics to me like I do to him.
I wished I could take him on holiday up in those clouds.
But instead, I take him home for a small holiday in my crazy home.

Message from Chapter 4.

Confusion. Raw confusion.
But drunken confusion, to make it worse.
A moment of a close face, and a lack of memory of why it was so close.
A morning of fending off suggestive stares from the family, and a regretted confidence given to the wrong 'friend' at school the next day...

Message fro Chapter 5.

The torturous maths lesson that is endured after the girl that is both his ex, and my bestfriend finds out about the drunkenness. Features furious whispers, a hilarious caricature drawn of her, and tears. Read Chapter