lanaevans

TLALSW

The ground that I walk on is just cement.

But for you, they'd eat the dirt under your shoes, you're pure gold.

You're parents did a good job in making you something that will never get old until you get old.

They say beauty fades and it's true because once you turn 42, you lose everything.

But for now I just sit here imagining what it's like to be you.

You turn heads and break necks, you get constant texts and constant respect.

I'm a lonely girl who everyone says will be forever alone.

You look good in just about anything and everyone likes you despite the fact you're mean

And some say I'm the ugliest girl they've ever seen.

So I believe it.

My beauty was never there from the start, I never got a taste of the fun life.

And everyday, loneliness cuts me like a knife.

And everyday, I contemplate my own life.

I'm a college dropout, I work in food service.

I'm beginning to believe my life has no purpose.

I keep wondering what I've done to deserve this.

To live a life so worthless.

It hurts me.

 

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  • OUTBACK

    THE CHALLENGE ! ( LIFE )* JUST WANTS TO " SEE " WHAT ONESELF* WILL SO DO* [ABOUT ONES CIRCUMSTANCES] ! IT'S ALWAY ONES { CALL } * ! NO MATTER WHAT ! ACCEPTANCE* - DEINAL or INNOVATION & INVENTION !



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