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Dear my old self, I wanted you to see the sunrise again, How the freedom to stroll through Denver in the mornings, Became like your second home.
Loving me is holding late night conversations when neither of us are comprehensible, or driving an hour out of the way to visit. Spending starry nights parked in a field watching summer
Thankful, a short word denying a bond's regression a soldier fighting the war between conformity and expression When I wake I can Taste the salt in my tears
As life passes by, our sight slips away, Unable to see what's incredible. This world is changed with each passing day. What seems meaningless is most wonderful. Water falls from the eyes during heartache,
The little things
In life they say to cherish every moment, But they seem to always be forgetting about the little things. Graduating high school is a huge moment in one’s life,
It's a baby boy
People focus too much on what is not necessary Money, electronics, and clothes But there is so much more out there to see Things far better than those Take a look Smell a smell Read a book
Little Things by Dillon D. Our selfish desires can blind us when they become our god. They make us forget all of our blessings. Be thankful of the little things. A roof over your head,
The knights failed him. His officers were weak. His frustration grew, but nothing comparable to his piercing agony of solitude. Finally, He humbled himself and gave it all away.
Through this tiny journey, A game as some may call it, We fall over cracks, Trip over mistakes, Fail while achieving, And make faults within perfection, But it is just the nature of mankind.
Im a normal school girl Attending my last year in high school and I still see it Something students like me are unappreciative about