I was thinking about an episode of a show I had recently seen. A favorite show - The Gilmore Girls. I've seen every episode around 100 times, (give or take a few). The soundtrack came on my Spotify while on my commute home and it made me think of a particular show. I was about… Continue reading Wrecked.
"What if we're all just keys to someone else's cage?" "You can only be 'too much for someone who is not enough." "A Map of Life = Atone <> Alone <> Lone <> Lonely <> Lovely <> Love"
I’m not sure when it started. Maybe it’s always been there, the pressure. I remember getting ready for my parents wedding day and being told by guests that one day I too would have a pretty wedding. I was four. At that time the golden, shiny ribbon woven in my braid proved more interesting than… Continue reading From a Happy Bachelorette
Be warned - This may be the most conceited entry I've written. I will not be offended if you choose to stop reading. Last night I had finished doing the usual household things, locked the doors, pulled the shades, and began my nighttime routine. I looked around at the home I had made for myself,the… Continue reading Peace
I don't feel anymore sympathy You've drained the last of it out of me You're a never too distant memory A scar on my upper thigh I've been hanging around Wonderland They've made me their queen I slayed the beast And now the crazies run free, yeah Freaks like me I'm twelve feet tall now… Continue reading Syncopated Apathy
"Today was a sad day. Even worse, it was an unexpectedly sad day. Sometimes I know it's going to be a sad day and I can at least try to prepare myself. Funerals on Tuesdays, the day after Christmas, and June 10 are all sad days. Today though, without warning, I realized my childhood was… Continue reading 2014
I have been called a variety of names in my life. My birth certificate says my name is Chanelle Davis. That's not my name. That name wasn't even chosen for me. When I was seven I learned to write out Chanelle in cursive. I loved it. I would start with the curve of the capital… Continue reading Identity