My Own Hell 4.0Chapter Four: Everything Will Change, but Love Remains the Same
My heart hasn't been beating this strong in a long, long time, I think to myself as I hurry along the sidewalk, nearly running to Allyson's house. I can still feel the blush consuming my face and the heat gushing out from my body. My arms fold themselves uncomfortably my skin is extremely bothersome and inconvenient, it seems. I want to get this burden of my chest. I can't believe I just almost did that. My throat tightens and I swallow hard, forcing out the quivers hat still held onto me. I wish it was a little cooler out. I hope Allyson is still able to talk to me. What time is it anyway? Damn I must've stayed with Adam for a few hoursit's really dark out. We had lost track of time, space, and everything in between. For however long I was with Adam, we forgot about everything else. It was just one thing leading to another; embracing to kissing, kissing to touching, touching t
My Own Hell 3.0Chapter Three: If You Loved Me You Would Be Here With me
A couple days ago I got a call from a very special person that I had thought, sadly, I would never get the chance to see againDavid Lovelace. I had a hope in the back of my mind that he would use the number that I left at Thomas Kingston's so that he could, with my full permission, contact me whenever he would like to whenever he was allowed. I have to admit, there was a feeling in the back of my mind that he would never even give it a thought. But when that unknown number popped up on my phone's screen, and when I answered it and found out who was talking, my heart skipped a beat and I jumped in place. What made it even better, and what made my reaction even stronger, was that the fact that he said he had got out of TK's, moved in with his aunt, and was going to attend a normal high school again. After talking for a while about how he was doing and how he was feeling, I asked him where his aunt lived. W
Merely Reading...Just as love can be with someone else's heart and not be discriminated. Or judged. Or laughed it. A life can go in whatever direction it wants. Just as long as it stays away from the dark side. But if it wants to do what it wants, who's to say no? Who's to say "You'll never accomplish this." As a soul can do what it wishes to do. It cannot be told "No." It cannot be told "Stop." It can only be told "Okay." And just as a person can turn in whatever direction they so desire, again, as long as they stay clear of the dark side. If they're gay, or lesbian, or trans, or bi, who cares? Who's to say no? They're still people. They think like people. They breath like people. They love like people. They are people. Not spectacles looked at through skeptical minds and judged. That's inhumane. They're people, like me, like you, like us. They have a heart, and whoever that heart wishes to fall for is their decision.