she ran a hand over her heart. the tip of her finger got caught in a small stitch tightly sewn to keep her heart together. but in that fateful moment, the stitch quickly unraveled, loosening her still-beating heart until the pieces could do nothing but stumble around each other, crumble into soft, maroon dust, and settle into her weary bones.
The loudest moment. The smallest whisper. The quietest cry. Wondering why No one can hear Your world crumbling around you. As you cry out "Somebody save me!" But nobody came Nobody's coming Nobody's here. No one can hear you cry As everyone leaves And says "Good luck trying!" But trying isn't good enough. The more you try to save it, It falls even more. And you drowned in it long ago You didn't even notice. I did. I know how it feels To have everything you love Ripped from your grip Because you dared to say "I love you." I didn't notice The flicker of the eye As they left my sight And poked at some one else. I said it back And believed you. It made it worse "I thought you loved me!" But this isn't love. It never was. Love doesn't leave you Alone and cold, Crying your heart out Pleading to die Before it happens again.. By people are like that. They leave because They find something better. I, then, give up on the human race.
that feeling you get when you see others living in the moment you’re there in this moment, but not the focus of it on the sidelines, you’re like a ghost you aren’t part of the moment, but you contribute to its existence
like a side character, you don’t interfere watch as the main characters make the moment clear you don’t dare to step past the invisible boundaries, fearing you’ll ruin the moment
like a camera, you catch the moment, but you aren’t part of it it’s like a coming of age movie, except you’re the extra with one line
people say you’re the main character, but you know that isn’t true the main character doesn’t watch from a bench the main character doesn’t swipe through stories of friends the main character doesn’t stand under a roof as people play in the rain
you’re the side character, and you know it you’re the side character, just living through the moment