‘Maybe’ ‘It’s him. It’s always been him.’ ‘I know. I’ve known since we were fifteen years old. Are you going to say anything?’ ‘No. I don’t want this to end. But now I’m constantly afraid that the next word I say will push him away.’ ‘Excuse my cheesy cliché, but be yourself. It’s gotten … More Maybe
A Dialogue There’s this fear of mine that lingers just above my chest always. A fear of what? Some days, it’s that I’ll never be good enough – trapped in mediocrity and contentment. Not happiness? If you know your life is mediocre, you will never be truly happy. I don’t want to spend my … More Mediocrity
A Dialogue. So, you don’t like them? I didn’t say that. You didn’t have to. Your face said it the whole night. What do you want me to say? It doesn’t matter what I want you to say. They’re my best friends. Can’t you like them simply because I love them? Do you? … More Stardust
Don’t you just want to be alone sometimes? All the time. Yeah, but you’re weird. Shut up. It’s just, sometimes, I feel like – like… Like you’re suffocated by conversation. Yeah, exactly. It’s a build-up of words that mean nothing to me, surrounded by people that I care even less about. It’s like a … More The Hatter.
A Dialogue. ‘How did I trick you into loving me?’ ‘I believe you promised me a glazed doughnut.’ ‘I did. You never cashed in on it, though.’ ‘Only because you bought me pizza that night.’ ‘And we got drunk on stale beer and cheap wine.’ ‘Remember how mad your aunt got? She left us out … More The Intermission.