reds and blues.
says to self: gracious, these big, bright, orange specs look huge on your narrow face! #wearsthemanyway
get your voice
even if it is at the bottom of your feet
even if it is caught in the wildness of your pain
it is critical.
we can not afford your silence.
you are a sound unparalleled.
every now and again venom fills my mouth and i have to swallow hard to keep from slicing ur soul to shreds with my words and i remember those words: “…that time u mistook a lesson for a soulmate”. then it dissipates.
i’m just gonna leave this here as a reminder that “hitting bottom” doesn’t mean “staying on bottom for the rest of your life and dying as a piece of crap”
|—||Zora Neale Hurston (via dreamhampton1)|