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Heartbreaks and failed relationships are not new to anyone. Sometimes, we move onto greener pastures and leave the pain in the past, but other times the scars remind us every day of the things we just can't get over yet. This book is my message to the past, the accumulation of all the words I wish I said when I had the chance.
spoiler alert:these were not all the words i wish i said. in fact most of these words i wish i didn't write. just to the small fact of, i wish i didn't care... but sadly i do. but if i said the words i wish i did, then they wouldn't be my little secret, they would be words on paper in a book. they would be words taken out of context, because the world loves to take things out of context. the words i wish i said are between me and my party of a brain. because if you knew the words, then you would have such an advantage over me, and my quiet showers where i ramble on to myself about my words wouldn't be my secret anymore. you may be able to take most of me but you'll never be able to take all of me.
there are certain things i’d never say and certain things i’d silent pray things so secret raw and real things of truth or this of feel these are the things inside my head and all the things i wish i said
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