lifes too short.
somedays, are better than others, but mostly its all the same. You regret things you did or didnt do. And at night you to sleep thinking, Why? Why did I do that? Why Didnt I say it?
Evryday, You regret something. Wheteher it be, how you never studied for that test, or how how you didnt tell them how you really felt.
Lifes to short. Even though we never realise it. Not until its too late.
Forget that they never called you back, realise that they arent worth the pain they caused. Because there is always someone. Someone Who keeps you strong, even if only for a moment. They hold you up, Help you keep it together.
Remember life is too short. You will always regret something. But dont let it consume you.
-i am stuck here thinking. This is the result. It may sound like a bunch of nonense but it makes perfect sense to me.
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