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Jul 2016
i know only how to wear this body like an apology.
like i'm sorry i take up too much space.
like i'm sorry,
i don't feel small enough to fit into your hands.
i wear it like a sin.
like a prayer that never feels answered.
like confessions i keep trying to change.
i wear it like a broken commandment,
because i love thy neighbour,
but i hate myself.
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NV  19/Cisgender/find me at a cemetery.
(19/Cisgender/find me at a cemetery.)   
         TheBigShut, KM Hanslik, ---, Autumn Rose, Lauren and 137 others
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