The Struggles Of Her Life. She's alone standing in the middle of her room, unsure of what to do next. She's never done anything like what she has just done, and she's a little confused about why she just did it. All that she knows is that she liked the feeling; it had given her relief of all of the emotions that have been bottled up for years. She saw the blood start to create beads, and she wasn't sure of what to do. She grabbed a tissue and pressed it against the swollen, bleeding wound. She put her weapon down, an uncoiled paperclip, and starts to search for a Band-Aid to cover it up. She finds one and carefully places it over the cut, and pulls on some sweats. Remembering that she is in class, she snaps back to reality. She can't seem to stop thinking about that first time. She had thought that it would stop there with that first one, but it had only snow-balled into much worse. Now, she couldn't even wear short sleeves or shorts because
I give you my wordYou're so beautifuland I will always mean itYou made my heart racewhen I first Met youI've loved you for awhilebut was afraid to show youYou're still my crushand I will always care about youI will always be here for youthrough the worse and the best timesCause it is true to methat I fell for you the longestYou're amazing eyesand the lovestruck smileI will always love youeven if we aren't togetherYou're an amazing girland I hope you're future is wonderfulI give you my wordthat I will always be here for you
Don't Be AfraidDon't be afraidOf what people will say,What they will think.If your familyDoes not or cannot accept itThen they are not willing to truly love youDon't be afraidOf what life will be like.There's people out thereThat will accept youAnd love you for who you are.Don't be afraidTo come out.Whether it's asGay, bisexual, pansexualTransgender, or asexual.Just don't be afraidTo be who you are.
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