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I fucking quit

i hate art

"where’s your homework"

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"sweetie when u get a chance can u go and accept the farmville requests i sent you??"

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It’s 4 am and it’s pouring rain and Im thinking about the last time my mom told me she loved me.

It’s 4:13 and I remember that I never got to say goodbye.

It’s 4:18 and my shoes are soaked and the next bus isn’t coming for another hour. My eyes are playing tricks on me and my thoughts are getting louder.

It’s 4:25 and I remember why I stopped on this bench because this was where my heart sank through the rotting cracks and this is where I left you and your god damn apology note.

It’s 4:30 and I’m thinking about the summer we spent in and out of each other’s beds. Which reminds me, I should take a shot of whiskey before I head to bed.

It’s 4:41 and my meds are wearing off and the OCD is starting to kick in I counted exactly how much change I’ve found on the ground. 7 pennies, 2 nickels, 5 dimes, 1 quarter. There’s a wet dollar bill near the sewer.

It’s 4:53 and I thought I saw the shadow of my father near the side of the road, but maybe that was just my imagination since the only image I have of him is him running out into traffic.

It’s 5:01 and it’s safe to say my xanax has worn off because my paranoia is creeping in and I swear I’m hearing your voice, because a lull noise is buzzing through my head but I can’t make out the words.

It’s 5:03 and my bus is here and the voices were saying “save me”.

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I want to be with you,
it is as simple,
and as complicated as that. Charles Bukowski (via ephe)

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Reblog if you believe and know that asexuality is real.

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Let children read whatever they want and then talk about it with them. If parents and kids can talk together, we won’t have as much censorship because we won’t have as much fear.

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Saw this on my dash just as I finished formatting a teacher’s companion for this year’s CBLDF Liberty Annual and, yeah, I agree with this.

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PREACH it, Judy.

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