It’s when I’m high that I write the absolutely best
And well now I get high every chance that I get
It almost feels like the times when I’m really depressed
but I haven’t written a poem since the last time we met
— k.s.b ~ a poem a day #11
Me and my girls!

Me and my girls!

#me   #selfie   #self   #face   

It’s really hard to write anything when you’re just numb all the time

#sorry   
my last try - a poem a day #10

my last try - a poem a day #10

Um, where do I start? It's all beautiful. This is a question/statement. It's inspirational, it's mot something you see everyday. And that is truly incredible. I don't understand, why wouldn't someone relate to your poetry just because you like girls?

Thank you so much, it truly means a lot to me. I don’t know why, but she said that she couldn’t relate to my poetry since I use “she” and not “he”, and that she thinks other people feel the same way. I just don’t see how that small word of gender, which represent the person I love, can make my poetry unrelatable for her.

But I guess it has to do with “no homo”, and that kind of hurts; because it feels like homosexuality is so different according to her, that she can’t even relate to a love poem which uses the female pronouns.

a friend once told me that no one would be able to relate to my poetry because I’m a girl who likes girls, and now I spend far too much time deciding whether I should use “she” or “he” as a pronoun and I still wonder if I would have gotten more notes if I just had chosen “he” instead
— k.s.b, a poem a day #9
#lesbian   #quote   #homoseuxality   #homophobia   #homo   #homosexual   #gay   #gay quote   #poem   #poet   #poetry   #spilled ink   
"the dead doesn’t have to deal with feelings" - a poem a day #8

"the dead doesn’t have to deal with feelings" - a poem a day #8

"I was so in love with him, and now I’m just mad."

"I was so in love with him, and now I’m just mad."