Ode To Sleep – sitting in the backseat of a car silently while your friends are laughing and talking in the front. The road lights flash into the car, and faint music is coming from the radio. You begin to wonder if anyone has really helped you in your life, or if it was all your strength.
Holding Onto You – Sitting on the roof of your car at night, wishing there was someone lying next to you to point out the stars. You begin to realize how small you really are.
Migraine – At the water park with your friends, but not being able to get into it because something is off in your brain. You just can’t seem to have fun.
House Of Gold – sitting in the corner at a family reunion, knowing you love everyone around you, but feeling lost in all the bustle.
Car Radio – sitting cross-legged on your bed, staring at your phone and waiting for someone to text you so you don’t appear annoying to them. Wishing someone would invite you out.
Semi-Automatic – laying under the covers, tears streaming down your face because you just got in a huge fight with your family. It’s a nice day outside, and you want to be anywhere but this house.
Screen – being in a room full of people you desperately want to fit in with, but knowing they all see right past you.
The Run and Go – sitting in the bathroom with your back against the wall, tears streaming down your face, desperately hoping no one knocks on the door.
Fake You Out – sitting with your head in your hands in the bathroom at your friend’s skating birthday party. Obnoxious party music is playing outside, but sounds muffled through the walls.
Guns For Hands – watching the sun rising through the window, and feeling like you can’t face the day ahead. Wishing someone would ask you if you’re alright.
Trees – a moment of panic when you realize you think so differently from everyone else. wishing someone could understand.
Truce – the words of someone finally reaching out. A moment of not being alone.
I can’t explain it, but this post is incredibly important.