Hurt. Angry. Alone.
There are things in my head, telling me words that I’m not sure if they’re true or not.
‘She’s talking to someone better’
‘She’s going to leave you again’
Round and round and more and more.
I can’t help this.
I don’t know how to change.
With us, it’s always hit, or miss.
It’s been more miss.
Hurt. Hurt. Hurt.
My fault. My fault. My fault.
Maybe you understand. Maybe you don’t.
But I don’t think you know what it’s like to sit there crying, not able to breathe, clutching your head to make the voices stop, and rocking back and forth.
To no rhythm other than the one of madness.
But you get angry at me anyway.
It’s okay though, I’m angry at me too.
And as long as I love you, I’ll deal with it.
for some of you it’s already 2017, but i’m still in 2016 (help) so i wanted to thank every single one of you for being by my side during this weird year, i wouldn’t make it if it wasn’t for all of you. with this lame edit and a few words, i want to thank you for being who you are and make me smile. this follow forever will for my favorites blogs and mutuals, but i love every single one of you. this year i suffer and had fun with one direction and i found out skam and yoi, which made this year so much easier to get through and we made it. this year brought me bad things too but i could make it another year, so somehow this year was good. happy new year and i wish all of you only the best because that’s what you deserve.every single one of you are so special and i’m glad that i found my place here. i hope that 2017 will bring us peace, love and everything that we want. i love you and thank you for being here. and thank you for the 11K followers, it’s insane but thank you for the love and support. i’m just a normal blog but it means a lot to me.
bolded: ultimate favorite/ friends and people that i met that made my year so much better
Happy Birthday A Head Full Of Dreams! Released: December 4, 2015
“On the very first song on their very first album, Coldplay introduced themselves with a heartfelt declaration: "We live in a beautiful world.” Fifteen years and some 80 million albums sold later, the British quartet haven’t elaborated on that philosophy—they’ve just amplified it. Where massive success has a tendency to make bands more jaded and aloof, Coldplay only seem more gobsmacked and in awe of life itself. Their songs aren’t just designed to uplift, they’re often about the very sensation of being uplifted.“ x