What you had

Notice of absence from HannahElisabeth
Taking a long overdue mental health vacation. I will check in when I can.


I used to think
You'd leave me hurt

Let myself sink
To feel the burn

Now here I stand
The tables turned

With knife in hand
And bridges burned


  • myself and me

    Be careful with what you have, and be sure to keep it in a safe place. Other than that, everything is pretty good.

    • HannahElisabeth

      Lol I wrote this after turning down a reformed "player" who, only years later, realized what he'd lost

    • Coyote

      Ah, wonderful. Remember, sometimes a burning bridge lights the way through the darkness. Great write Hannah๐Ÿ™‚

      • HannahElisabeth

        Thank you Coyote, and yes, I completely. That bridge needed burning ๐Ÿ˜‚

      • Neil Higgins

        I shouted Tusk Tusk Tusk to Mick Fleetwood once.He told me to f*** off!!
        That was in the NEC Birmingham,UK,15th May,1988.
        I then shouted Go your own way.
        True story.I used to love Stevie Nick's,by the way.That was my post Kate Bush conundrum.But I digress.

        • HannahElisabeth

          Wait, Neil are you serious?! I just laughed too hard at that. I would have paid to see that...

          I absolutely adore Stevie Nicks, how does one stop? Her story of how she wrote Dreams too... She's a gem

          • Neil Higgins

            All true Hannah.The band were signing autographs at the end of the concert.Security was immense.I was with two of my friends,John and Dave,at the time.Also Fleetwood Mac fans.I shouted the words above to Mick Fleetwood.He was not amused,as the album Tusk was crap.He did not sign my program for his autograph.So I shouted "Go your own way" I got Lyndsey Buckingham's autograph,and Christine McVie.Could not get near Stevie Nick's,although she did smile in my direction (Honest ๐Ÿ˜Ž)
            Still love the band though.I later found out that Mick Fleetwood had been unwell,hence his annoyance with me,via press stories.He still played drums as a true professional though.

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