Nascentes Morimur
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❝ I always thought that I could never
live without you.
But it’s been a few years
since I’ve heard your voice.
My hair is a lot shorter.
I sleep earlier than I used to.
I guess what I’m trying to say is
my world had fallen apart
and yet I am still here.

— Tina TranEverything is impermanent  (via absentions)

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Total Lunar Eclipse (April 15, 2014) | Matthew Crowley

Total Lunar Eclipse (April 15, 2014) | Matthew Crowley
❝ I was the one who loved you even when you gave me thousands of reasons not to.

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❝ Sometimes, as we’re stumbling along in the dark, we hit something good.

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❝ Here is what I know:
The Ancient Egyptians believed that the human heart was the
source of all emotion.
When we loved, you planted an earth. When you left, I caved
from the root.
God is many things. He is a cloud and a tree and a falcon and
a flower. He is a poem written from an airplane flying over
This heart is a greedy thing. It is a stubborn four-year old
throwing a tantrum. It is a hungry house. It is a christian-less
church. It is a break-less car driving 200 mph.
When you fall in love for the first time, it feels like coming home.
But love isn’t a house. It is faith. It is a natural thing. It can get lost. It can spoil.
Writing a poem like this is never pretty. But then again, neither
is heart break.
Moving on is a voyage. Moving on is a train ride that almost never ends. It is an elevator that doesn’t know which way is up.
The only way to make to it is to press all the buttons, and pray you get off on the right floor.


-Karese Burrows "Facts Over Georgia"

PAD Challenge Day 2 “Voyage Poem”

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