“I don’t like your boots. They make you taller than me.
When love leaves, let it go. Find the inner faith inside of your bones that ache to become hope.
Would you tell someone with a broken leg, to stop overreacting and to ‘just keep walking’? Would you tell someone with cancer to ‘just smile’ and to ‘let it go’? Would you tell someone with MS or with chronic pain to ‘just relax and stop being so dramatic’? I don’t think so.
Before you say those three little words, let me warn you. Loving me will not be easy. So, run. Run while you still have the chance.
I should’ve said goodbye instead of making excuses for your actions — not only to myself, but to everyone around me.
Please do not let society tell you who you are. Please do not let society mold your mind into thinking that you need to change yourself. Please do not let that boy or that girl tell you that you are not enough, just as you are right now.
A love that is born is loneliness is not a love that is destined for growth. The roots are weak and longevity is hopeless. When you don’t have a strong, sturdy base you don’t have anything.
Next, you will start to realize that you are getting better. That it doesn’t hurt as much. You will start to laugh again, and enjoy your walk home, and even start cooking real meals again.
What social media ‘likes’ really mean. Does it mean they’re interested? Does it mean they’re trying to grab our attention? Does it even mean anything at all?
When you date a girl who knows how precious she is, please do not stomp on her heart. She trusts you. She hears your words and believes them. She feels your kisses, and believes in the power of your lips. She feels herself falling and trusts that you won’t drop her. Please don’t drop her.