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“Cầu xin em, nếu trong một đêm ngẫu hứng, màn hình điện thoại của em hiện số của tôi, và em biết là tôi đang say, thì xin em đừng nhấc máy. 

Đừng nhấc máy, đừng trả lời lại bất kì tiếng gọi nào của tôi, đừng để tôi nghe thấy giọng em vào những đêm tôi cô đơn và buồn đến thế…

- Zelda - 

Yeah, your smile used to melt my heart.

Now you’re smiling at someone else and I can feel my chest breaking.

—  Nicole Torres // excerpt e.m;
John Doe
what’s gotten into you
you used to be so loud
you used to be the brightest star
the ones all the planets wanted to orbit around
John Doe
you used to laugh and smile
and dance and sing with me
when people say your name to me
it’s left with a haunted ring (a bitter sting)
John Doe
i have yet to erase you from my memory;
but i have screamed about you to the stars
they took the ghostly yearnings
and shoved them into the void
John Doe
i don’t know who you are anymore
i don’t know where you are
you left five years ago
and i have yet to really see your face again
you came around for christmas
and that was all the gift i ever wanted
your last words to me were, “be good. be smart. i love you sweetheart.”
John Doe
your name is the same as my own
we share the same blood
and yet you’re still on the run;
from my calls, my texts
i’d scream so loud you could hear me from states away
if only my voice could reach you that way
John Doe
remember when we used to play hide and seek in the dark at night?
you told me that when you lie down in the shadows no one can see you and that if you wanted to run you had to stay close to the ground and make sure you never left the shadows
and i guess you crept along them always making sure you stayed out of sight
because i remember this game and the flashlight
and you hid so well that no amount of light could find you– i have checked all your usual hiding spots and i have yet to seek you out.
—  a poem to my brother who i desperately want to come home this christmas.
As you told me that I kept you sane,
I couldn’t bare to tell you,
How insane you had made me become.
—  excerpt from a book I will never write #62