Brandy Avery

Rookie (12-03-1987 / Sioux Falls sd)

~ ~ Péine


Is é mo tuar ceatha dubh agus dath. Is dóigh liom i gcónaí lag agus powerless. Tá mé mór-jacked suas praiseach amháin. Nuair a bheidh do ar mo thaobh is féidir liom a chuid eile ar deireadh. Mo chroí briste, anam, agus aigne. Faoiseamh féidir liom a fháil ar deireadh. Dar liom tá mé ag duine fuar. Ba mhaith liom go mbeadh duine éigin ag éisteacht go díreach. Grá agus níos mó nach féidir liom a bhraitheann. Tá súil agam go lá amháin agus beidh mo bhrionglóidí a bheith fíor. Ní féidir liom aon rud a bhraitheann ar chor ar bith. Ach amháin an pian nuair a thagann mé. Titim mé ar mo ghlúine agus pled. Cén fáth go bhfuil cac olc a tharlaíonn i gcónaí dom. Ní mór go mbeadh rud éigin ba mhaith liom a fheiceáil. Glacaim le mo ghrá agus a ghlacadh mé síos. Mbailítear agus a scaoiltear an briste ar an talamh. Tá eagla orm nach mbeidh mé a fháil.

Submitted: Thursday, April 18, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 02, 2013

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