I Love You, DaddyDaddy, please don't touch me.
It doesn't feel good.
It makes me feel..
Daddy, please don't hit me.
I didn't mean to disappoint you.
When you hit me, it makes me feel...
Daddy, please don't hurt her.
Mommy didn't do anything.
When you hit her, it makes me feel..
Daddy, please don't say you love me.
I know you're lying.
When you say you still want me, it makes me feel...
Daddy, please stop screaming at her.
You already killed her.
When you scream at her, it makes me feel..
Daddy, stay there.
Let me sink the knife into your throat.
When you bleed, it makes me feel..
Daddy, aren't you happy now?
As you lie there, lifeless.
I'm only following your footsteps.
This makes me feel...
Daddy, please listen.
I know you can't hear me, but...
I still love you.
The same way you always loved me.
And it makes me feel...
It makes me feel..
Forever in my HeartYou're my one true love, the one who's always thereForever in my Heart2 years ago in Be My Valentine More Like This
Making me feel important, feel needed.
I know that I'm not perfect, but you accept my flaws
You pick me up when I fall down, dusting me off.
I will always love you, I will be there for you.
I'll hold your hand and guide you through the dark
and you will forever hold my heart.
Ode to sadness (Spirit day 2012)Fear. Claiming the mind.Ode to sadness (Spirit day 2012)2 years ago in Spirit Day More Like This
Its only a matter of time...
Even the strong ones break...
And the sad ones shake...
The yelling gets too loud...
The monsters are so proud...
You; yes you! Are the one who back them in the corner...
You're the one who slammed them through the border...
You don't see how much that effects everyone else...
You just laughed; continuing the assault ...
You weren't the one who walked into the result...
You weren't there to hold their mothers hand...
As she watched her child returned to the land.
They aren't easy to replace...
Which is why it all ends with you in a bad place.
Hate is such a nasty thing.
That we can never stop what it brings.
Always remember; that no matter how dark the world may be...
There will always be someone near who holds the key.
Love finds you; it may seem hard or rough.
But I think that it's just enough.
Spirit Day13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19...Spirit Day4 years ago in Spirit Day More Like This
Just random numbers, or the ages of ten young boys when their lives were needlessly lost.
These boys had never met, and had only four things in common.
They all resided across the United States of America, in New Jersey, California, Minnesota, Rhode Island, Texas, Wisconsin, Colorado, Massachusetts, and Indiana.
They were all raised in loving homes.
All had friends and family that loved them.
They all commited suicide because of the constant bullying they received when schoolmates found out they were, or suspected them of being gay. One of these boys wasn't even gay, he was straight but was still tormented like he was until he could take no more.
This one simple fact was enough for these bright young boys to choose death over one more day of torture.
Over one more day of hell on Earth because others were too homophobic to just let them be.
These deaths were not neccessary. Needless blood has been shed.
And still no one seems to care other than o
(Spirit Day Poem) To who it may concernTo those who have to remain in the dark because of fear.(Spirit Day Poem) To who it may concern2 years ago in Spirit Day More Like This
To those who have died because of hate.
To those who have been bullied for their honesty.
To those who are who they are, despite the pressures of the world.
You are not alone.
Confessions"It's just a phase, you're just confused," my mother growled as she ushered me to bedConfessions2 years ago in Spirit Day More Like This
Malicious glares were cast my way and I wished that I was dead
Gingerly I crept upstairs, bombarded with great dread
After all my attempts to be strong I was singing a mute bird's song
Yet what I still ceased to grasp - What did I do wrong?
To My Sweet PeaTake my hand to have and to hold,To My Sweet Pea3 years ago in The Great Valentine Exchange More Like This
promise me to remember our first kiss.
Dance with me without music for we make our own,
miss me if I ever find myself away from you.
Let me watch you play time and time again,
talk to me, one to one, heart to heart.
Be the best friend I could ask for,
keep care of my heart that you have won.
Sign your letters with x's and o's,
whisper sweet nothings in my ear.
Clue me in with your devious wink,
teach me how to love you.
Boogie when you think I'm not looking,
it's okay to fall asleep mid text.
Allow me to call you cutie pie when you blush,
this love is ours, forever true.
If I told you, you were my soul mate,
would you say the same?
Trans Struggles From Personal Experience UPDATEThese are just some personal stories that show examples of the struggles of being transgendered.Trans Struggles From Personal Experience UPDATE3 years ago in Miscellaneous More Like This
1. At one point, I was visiting my grandma in Reed City. Her friend Katie thinks I am, like, the most charming girl ever. My grandma decided to treat both Katie and I to lunch at Pizza Hut. At one point, there was an awkward silence. To break the silence, Katie said, "Kami, why don't you wear dresses like other girls?" She said it to break the awkwardness, but made it so much more awkward. My head wanted me to say "Katie, I'm a boy and boys don't wear dresses," but I ended up saying, "I just don't like wearing skirts..." and then awkwardly taking a bite of my pizza and avoiding eye contact. Then she said, "You don't like wearing skirts?! What kind of girl are you?!" Again, I wanted to say, "I am a boy and boys don't wear skirts," but I ended up saying, "One who doesn't like skirts." The three of us ended up being gone a lot longer than anticipated. Why? Katie insisted on takin
My Parents are HomophobicHi Deviants,My Parents are Homophobic4 years ago in Gay & Lesbian Pride More Like This
I'm Bisexual & I am 100% comftible with myself, I'm Not 'Out' to my Parents yet but I would like to tell them one day, I'm terrified just like most LGBT people would be.
I came out last year to my sister and my friends & they all support me
My Mother always says harsh and negative comments about homosexuals, bisexuals and trans-gender people. She offends me all time, but she doesn't know she is offending me.
Last night she said, she served a M-F Transvestite at work and that she was discussed by it.. I was sick of her saying harsh stuff about the LGBT community so fighter back for the first time, She also thinks every Gay Man and Everyone who is Trans has AIDS and she doesn't want to be around them.
The worst thing that made me cry and feel bad about myself was last year she said 'Gay, Lesbians & Bisexual people are F****d' in front of my sister and I.
How can I change the way my mother thinks? so it makes it easier for me to come out to her..
Thanks for reading!!