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Life without you my precious Kayla. Love n miss u so ~~ Nikita Gill

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There are a few things that only time can teach you and only through experience will you remember. The first and most haunting of these....

Typewriter Series by Tyler Knott Gregson Text below, in case it’s too tiny for your eyeballs :) “There are a few things that only time can teach you and only through experience will you.

And the sun will brighten my days, the moon will shine in my nights, the stars will glow in my universe and I will see my girl glowing in dark coz I will bring her back. I love you

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If you want to know if someone is "real" tell them an obvious lie. A human will recognize it for what it is immediately, a cursed will not. They may look real, but they are not. Only real eyes realize real lies.

Love me for what I am

It’s hard not to fall in love with someone when they see the mixed up parts of your soul. When they understand the darkest and dustiest corners of your mind. and they call because they know you’re not asleep.


Tell me about your passions. Tell me what makes you tick. Tell me all the things you've discovered about yourself after all these years of searching. Why do you do the things you do, I want to get to know you so I can justify this that I feel for you.

Typewriter Series #89 by Tyler Knott Gregson

I wonder if love is the constant rotation of vulnerability? No one can be strong forever. tylerknott: Typewriter Series by Tyler Knott Gregson


"I do not feel beautiful much, but when I do, it is always right here, painted in your arms.

Until then,

Simmer Down christopher poindexter. My Cajun granddaddy used to tell us to "simmer down". Love that phrase. This is a wise poem.