I'll try to list as many pride colors as I can think of.
:thumb124813145: Gay Pride (Six stripes of the rainbow but without indigo - Gay, Gay Men, Lesbians, Homosexuality, and sometimes the entire LGBT community. This was created by a San Francisco artist named Gilbert Baker in 1978. The flag originally had the stripes of all the colors of the rainbow and one pink stripe; from top to bottom, it was pink, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, violet/purple, and indigo. Pink represented sex, red represented life, orange represented healing, yellow represented sunlight, green represented nature, blue represented art, indigo represented sereni
There was a large, gaping hole
right where your heart should have been.
I didn’t ask why it was empty.
I only knew that it was.
I watched you try for so long—
try to fill in the gap
with words or rainbows or glue—
try to fit other hearts in,
only to have them shatter at your fingertips,
leaving you with bleeding hands and more heartache.
Maybe it wasn’t sadness I felt that day.
Maybe I was relishing at the thought
of knowing I wasn’t alone this time.
Or maybe I was trying to feel something that wasn’t there—