Student Racing about Scattered here and there Learning all it can Then, somehow Reading a work So inspiring A true keeper of knowledge Hidden among them
Seeking improvement Of works and self But so occupied Barely time for such In a hurricane of stress Pressure and emotion Far beyond itself The student tried A deed so selfish Then reflected A work resembling the moment Easing themselves in part That it was released But horrified Of what could have been
Looking up To their mentor A keeper of knowledge Held in high respects But when seen At the weakest Cast away As one of millions But the student Wished Yearned To be more than one of millions Pleading to be taught To be made an apprentice Alas No more No more
That's just it you get it, you get what I mean but at the same time you don't I know where I stand right now but i just don't know if i can hold up anymore that all these responsibilities are just a part of life you said That we'd make it through together but that was all a lie Because I saw you shatter and break and fall into pieces. If the person I look up to the most is actually the weakest then I'll prove it to you that from now on I will try my best to be your strongest.
I had a rough day and I had someone to comfort me when I was at my lowest and he made me smile in my sleep. I didn't think that only then I'd woke up at 2am to find him crying outside my bedroom door. I didn't sleep after that, and I never really found out why I was never there for him, because I thought nothing would've break him. I guess we're all human.
i. Thank you for becoming the woman you promised that you would never become. ii. I never got all my stuff back, and I'm starting to lose myself in the stuffed animals and photographs iii. i don't need you i don't need you i don't need you iv. dad still cries and so do i but it's alright you never loved either of us anyways. v. thanks for forgetting my birthday and Christmas and that you gave birth to me vi. i don't need you i don't need you i don't need you