Not the girl I used to be 

I’m not the girl I used to be, I’m no longer pathetic little me. I no longer walk the streets alone, Wishing I had a hand to hold. I no longer cry at every little thing, Wasting my tears on those girls who called me weird. I no longer wish I could fit in, Hiding my flaws behind my sealed shut doors. I no longer chase after the wrong boys, Begging them to like me, even if it’s all a joke. I no longer spend my whole night,  Thinking how I can win over the girls sitting to my right. … Continue reading Not the girl I used to be 


Insecurities, They keep me up at night. Tearing down my heart, Nailing it to the ground. I hide them, Keep them in the back of my brain, Praying that my little facade won’t break. Smiling, I ignore them, Never say a word, I try to seem perfect,  I spend time covering every flaw. But every night before I go to bed, They come and flood my brain, Whispering and snickering, They never give me a break. Every night, They tear down all my walls, Laughing until I break, Hoping that I’ll stay awake. They stab me with their hurtful words, … Continue reading Insecurities 

A Tricky Thing

  Sanity… it’s a tricky thing…   One day you love her, One day you don’t. One day you smile, One day you don’t.   One day you spend time with your family at home, The next day you’re cheating with some other girl from work.   One day you laugh, happy and proud, And one day you’re crying, holding the drink in the glass.   One day you know that you’ll make it someday, The next day you pray that your life ends in someway.   One day you love and hug at the door, And one day you … Continue reading A Tricky Thing


She was born to be different, She was born to be wild, She was born to be free, Like the wind and the sky.   She shines brighter, She’s bigger, Her meaning differs from the world.   No one is quite like her, No one is as strong, That girl is different from the rest of the world.   Some say she’s crazy, Some say she’s dumb, Some say she’s reckless, Some say she should be gone.   But the sad thing is they don’t know, That she was born to be bigger, Born to shine brighter, Born to be … Continue reading Different