Thursday, October 22, 2009

like death without the sleeping part


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The sound of a heart breaking isn’t poetic. It is hollow. It is tragic. It calls for rituals – the denial, the shock, the anger, the disappointment, culminating in hopelessness. Just like a shrinking white star slowly collapsing inwardly, with memory drawn from every breath a blow. It’s like death without the sleeping part.

-elle

28 comments:

  1. first time i post on here, because i have to say this is the most beautifully honest thing.

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  2. i read your blog every day. and this is the most honest post yet. breathtakingly simple.

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  3. stunning, my favorite entry on this blog.

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  4. heartbreak is hopeless, endless, hurting...

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  5. i'm there.. just without the sleeping part. amazing how a picture or just one sentence can tell it all.

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  6. hi, i've used the photo in my blog and credited it, just for your information =)

    with love..

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  7. you have no fucking idea, it's worse than death, because at least the sleeping part is a fucking end...

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  8. dude. i have felt this. ugh, man. recollecting it alone is shattering.
    thanks for posting it...i think more than a few girls can relate to being in the middle of the road, hollow.

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  9. THIS is so true for me, right now. Love your blog, thank you.

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  10. should have way more than 20 comments, imho. beautiful, true, and painful.

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  11. heartbreak is the worst injury, only because there really isn't a way to heal it
    I'm going through the same thing right now, hang in there

    - K

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  12. beautiful in such a melancholy way. simple yet straight forward. best thing i've read in a while. well done elle, keep that chin up.

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  13. but a heart break is worth what made the heart whole once. i've never had a boyfriend, but what have i to live for?

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