“if you’re stuck at the bottom, grow flowers there.”

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I still remember the look on your faceLit through the darkness at 1:58

The words that you whispered

For just us to know

You told me you loved me

So why did you go away?

Away
I do recall now the smell of the rain

Fresh on the pavement

I ran off the plane

That July 9th

The beat of your heart

It jumps through your shirt

I can still feel your arms
But now I’ll go sit on the floor

Wearing your clothes

All that I know is

I don’t know how to be something you miss

I never thought we’d have a last kiss

Never imagined we’d end like this

Your name, forever the name on my lips
I do remember the swing of your step

The life of the party, you’re showing off again

And I roll my eyes and then

You pull me in

I’m not much for dancing

But for you I did
Because I love your handshake, meeting my father

I love how you walk with your hands in your pockets

How you kissed me when I was in the middle of saying something

There’s not a day I don’t miss those rude interruptions
And I’ll go sit on the floor

Wearing your clothes

All that I know is

I don’t know how to be something you miss

Never thought we’d have a last kiss

Never imagined we’d end like this

Your name, forever the name on my lips
So I’ll watch your life in pictures like I used to watch you sleep

And I feel you forget me like I used to feel you breathe

And I keep up with our old friends just to ask them how you are

Hope it’s nice where you are
And I hope the sun shines

And it’s a beautiful day

And something reminds you

You wish you had stayed

You can plan for a change in weather and time

But I never planned on you changing your mind
So I’ll go sit on the floor

Wearing your clothes

All that I know is

I don’t know how to be something you miss

Never thought we’d have a last kiss

Never imagined we’d end like this

Your name, forever the name on my lips
Just like our last kiss

Forever the name on my lips

Forever the name on my lips
Just like our last…
Last Kiss by Taylor Swift

“There are seven billion people in the world, and you have only experienced twenty thousand at the most. And those twenty thousand were fairly homogeneous. Your experiences with people have been largely dictated by your parents’ choices. The neighborhood in which they chose to purchase a house. Where they sent you to school. And maybe those choices weren’t the best for you. Maybe you don’t fit in where you are now. But you still managed to survive four years of high school and have a few meaningful experiences along the way. There are seven billion other people out there. Seven billion. Are you really pessimistic enough to believe that you wouldn’t get along with any of them?”

Matthew Quick, Every Exquisite Thing

If you wear a hijab, I’ll sit on a train with you.

If you’re trans, I’ll go to the bathroom with you.

If you’re a person of color, I’ll stand with you if the cops stop you.

If you’re a person with disabilities, I’ll hand you my megaphone.

If you’re an immigrant, I’ll help you find resources. 

If you’re a survivor, I’ll believe you.

If you’re a veteran, I’ll take up your fight. 

If you’re LGBTQ, I won’t let anyone tell you you’re broken.

If you’re a woman, I’ll make sure you get home okay.

If you’re tired, me too. 

If you need a hug, I’ve got an infinite supply. 

If you need me, I’ll be with you. All I ask is for you to be with me too.
{all credits to whoever wrote this}