she just wants to forget | part one

I believe it's hard, it's difficult for you. It's been that way for the longest time. That everyday struggle that bleeds into your night sky. That obstacle that you've been trying to make it over, a hurdle that seems too tall for you to conquer. " Love " has felt like hell or at least the wrong type of love. That type of love has ruined your heart many times, so much that there are nights where you struggle with finding moments to finally get sleep. You've been tossing and turning like waves rolling in the ocean beneath a bleak sky, searching for your dreams while trying your hardest to escape the nightmares of a toxic relationship. 

I believe in you, even though we're just strangers staring at the same moon each night. I believe in you even as we stand in different spaces being scorched by an afternoon sun in the summer or maybe it's the middle of winter as the chill in the air forces your soul to tremble. No matter the season, no matter the the time of day or location. I believe in your ability to go to war with everything that no longer deserves your emotional energy. I believe that you will conquer this things that has latched on to you, draining you of your confidence and joy. I believe that you will break free from the bondage of heartache.

This was written for the girl who wishes to forget, for the woman who is ready to go to war, for the soul who believes it can conquer all things that are no longer worthy of breaking her down. This was written for someone who feels exactly the way you do in this very moment and I hope these words reach you.

 A beautiful dedication to powerful women who are tired of wasting their thoughts on people who were never worth thinking about.  She Just Wants to Forget is the follow up to the New York Times bestselling poetry collection She Felt Like Feeling Nothing by r.h. Sin. 

A beautiful dedication to powerful women who are tired of wasting their thoughts on people who were never worth thinking about.

She Just Wants to Forget is the follow up to the New York Times bestselling poetry collection She Felt Like Feeling Nothing by r.h. Sin.