20 year old student living in France for a bit. Music enthusiast and occasional blogger. Blogger, you say? Click the link below if you're curious.
Remember the headlights at night analogy.“It’s like driving a car at night. You never see further than your headlights, but you can make the whole trip that way.” (Turns out E.L. Doctorow has some great quotes on writing.) This sounds eerily like just start writ…
I think that’s become the hardest part about saying goodbye to anyone. Knowing that the sadness won’t last, knowing that one day, I’ll stop thinking about them, and long before that, I might stop caring.
…the poet, the bank account, and the parent is all too much pressure for someone you don’t know yet. The “one” is created over time by slowing undressing who they are, not what they should be.