Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness


I Hope When I Meet Myself, I Stay

I eagerly anticipate the day when life will prove me wrong, because more than being right, I want to be wise. Wise enough to see through the facade of defense mechanisms my mind has put up to protect myself from pain, but has ended up causing more damage instead.

For the greater part of my life so far, I’ve lived like a bouncing ball, every height preceding an equally greater fall. You can’t have two…




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Sakshi Udavant (Luna)

Sakshi Udavant (Luna)

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