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She

She needed to save herself from the monster of her soul, the demons that darkened her heart and the villain that took over her mind.

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She didn’t think for the right thing to say. She just wanted to be heard, but her voice was barely a whisper. So she thought of something to make the world listen to her. She tried and tried and tried but nothing worked. She decided to give it a last shot, a last chance for the world. She climbed the highest top and screamed at the top of her lungs but there was not a reaction. She abandoned, thinking she had failed. The world didn’t heard her. She was working so hard that she didn’t notice that someone was behind, listening to every single word that came out of her mouth. Even the whispers. Someone that tried and tried and tried to get her to listen but failed. Someone that promised to never give up until she heard what was behind her. Until she noticed the path she’s left behind. Until she heard the world.

How do you live without regrets?

How do you live with regrets?

I can’t answer any of those two questions

And I’m not sure if I want to know

Because regrets may not be worth it

But they are sure lessons of life

A life I may be losing

A life I may not be living

A life I sometimes want to forget

Because life is my biggest regret

And I regret nothing but life.