poems by heart

Isn’t it scary knowing that any time could be the last time you talk to someone? Always keep that in mind
—  (via @sturzpoesie-blog)
pompeii of the heart

the last text sent broke me/ there was a hint of comedy in all of it but i wasn’t in a laughing mood/ i see the humor in it now, though/ standing on this edge/ the cliff’s got a rail but it’s puny and mediocre/

i’ve had enough time to think things over and beat myself up good/ i know i’ve done wrong by a lot of people/ but did i deserve a pompeii of the heart?/

i guess we’ll never know/

the last text was short and didn’t say much/ it didn’t have to be verbose/ there was beauty in all that pain, but it was hidden away/ my heart wasn’t the only one breaking, broken/ gone…

Don’t put your happiness in other people’s hands
They’ll drop it.
They’ll drop it every time.
—  (via sturzpoesie IG)

I’m going to push you away,

I need you to stay,

but I wouldn’t blame you if you dont

—  God help me//kayla
When I first met you, I thought that you might be something that I was going to call home.
And I was right.
—  d.p.a
Somewhere under the calm, blue sky, there is a heart that quietly shatters into pieces. It breaks behind a smile, behind a joyful laugh. As the pieces slowly dance themselves away in the wind, I, too, go along with them.
—  Lukas W. // Heart breaks every day
we’re just suicidal kids telling other suicidal kids that suicide isn’t the answer.
—  (via @sturzpoesie)
That day when you stopped in your tracks just to turn and look at me for one last time, with eyes like the ocean and a smile of the sunset glow, time had stopped existing in that moment. That day, without knowing a single thing, you carried two hearts back home.
—  Lukas W. // You took my heart