Thank you everyone! I don’t even know if I have the words to adequately let you know how much I appreciate each and every one of you. I’m very frustrated with my writing and a few other things these days, and friends like you remind me that even during life’s storms the sun will shine again.
Enslaved by the rules of society, a horrible fault of a girl. Her star was of one so bright and shining, has been reduced to nothing but dark. The emptiness that consumes her is never ending. Ravaging her like a morbid angelic demon. It’s whispers so sickeningly sweet yet condescending. Her world is one of darkness and dystopia. The blackened edges of it’s end are paralleled by distant, glimmering hope. Somewhere she can never go, forbidden and disdained. Enclosed around her is an aura, one of desperation and despair. To be free is but a caged thought; one she can never hope to release. The methods and ways to kill the pain are numerous. Hide the tears, the thoughts, the cuts, the dreams, and the sadness. What good do they do when visible? They see her pain and turn a blind eye; its not our problem, she deserves it. Things thought, things said. They put out her fire and now push her into another, for she, as a girl needs to sacrifice for another. A daughter, sister, wife and mother. Roles that need to be played, rules that need to be followed. What she wants moved to irrelevance; girls are allowed to dream. Didn’t she know better? Its her fault for wanting, no one else is to blame.