When did I stop being beautiful? As a child I looked at my mom and she was the world to me. Her beautiful smile, sparkling eyes, warm laugh. This was the most beautiful thing in the world to me. She told me how beautiful I was all the time. I believed her; I knew IContinue reading You Will Rise, by Becky D
I think the worst part is your words counting the imperfections ; slowly. Reminding me of being young, and counting the numbers of how many steps to the cold kitchen tiles, which is 43. 43 words, your words. Words that’ll drown out the tender ones of a mother, it’s time to realize that you’re notContinue reading Your words, by angela M.
Welcome Bully Aren’t you ashamed Of what you do? Kids going home, crying Feeling like an outcast And ashamed, practically dying Afraid of who they are You were mean And said horrible things But you’re okay with that Bully is what you are Nice and simple Making people weak Driving “your” sportscar And the numberContinue reading untitled, by Anonymous
Bully o bully why do you hurt me O bully o bully why do you do this O bully o bully I have told a adult O bully o bully found out something O bully want your fault your parents neglected you o bully o bully I will be your friend now
Sometimes when we look like our best, we feel like our worst. But your feelings and experiences are valid and they matter. This digital illustration lets the viewer know that they are seen and heard, and that there are people who love them unconditionally.