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swimming, not drowning.
when you're waist-deep in a love you know you shouldn't have even dipped your toes into, you spend a lot of time cursing the current. you try to stamp your feet but find the sand's up to your ankles and seaweed is tied in bows around your calves. the waves begin to climb, breaking on your collarbones and splashing your face. breath seems to take up more space in your chest. you bring air into your body in the shortest bursts possible and it spills back out like machine gun fire. sometimes, though-- mostly in the first hours after sunrise, when you're alone with the space she inhabited on your couch and her perfume on the back of your knees--
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despondent
i. "are you sleepy today?" "yes." "but you were sleepy yesterday." "i know." ii. she stirs her pomegranate green-tea until it turns from clear to purple setting it on her bedside table and climbing back into bed again. her fingers follow the bluer-than-usual constellation veins on her wrists and down to the freckle on her forearm and then the scar on the inside of her elbow crossing the tendon as if it were crux. and then she remembered that God hasn't been with her lately. iii. today is long and sunny but when she steps outside the humidity creaks her bones and her skin starts to inflame. she assumes that if getting the mail
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day and night. | oikawa tooru
        deadly deadly girl with moonlight on her hair        why do you so love the day? She was the moon; mysterious, cold, and silent. And he was the sun; bright, radiant, and full of pride. Both were so different in their own way, but still similar all the same. They both bring light in their own worlds. She brought light in the dark, and he brought light in the day. They weren't all that different, really. People just think they are because they don't look closely at them enough. They're both part in the Solar System and they always have each other's backs. Moon is the shadow of the Sun, and the S
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s
swimming, not drowning.
when you're waist-deep in a love you know you shouldn't have even dipped your toes into, you spend a lot of time cursing the current. you try to stamp your feet but find the sand's up to your ankles and seaweed is tied in bows around your calves. the waves begin to climb, breaking on your collarbones and splashing your face. breath seems to take up more space in your chest. you bring air into your body in the shortest bursts possible and it spills back out like machine gun fire. sometimes, though-- mostly in the first hours after sunrise, when you're alone with the space she inhabited on your couch and her perfume on the back of your knees--
d
despondent
i. "are you sleepy today?" "yes." "but you were sleepy yesterday." "i know." ii. she stirs her pomegranate green-tea until it turns from clear to purple setting it on her bedside table and climbing back into bed again. her fingers follow the bluer-than-usual constellation veins on her wrists and down to the freckle on her forearm and then the scar on the inside of her elbow crossing the tendon as if it were crux. and then she remembered that God hasn't been with her lately. iii. today is long and sunny but when she steps outside the humidity creaks her bones and her skin starts to inflame. she assumes that if getting the mail
d
day and night. | oikawa tooru
        deadly deadly girl with moonlight on her hair        why do you so love the day? She was the moon; mysterious, cold, and silent. And he was the sun; bright, radiant, and full of pride. Both were so different in their own way, but still similar all the same. They both bring light in their own worlds. She brought light in the dark, and he brought light in the day. They weren't all that different, really. People just think they are because they don't look closely at them enough. They're both part in the Solar System and they always have each other's backs. Moon is the shadow of the Sun, and the S
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