it's not a bad day, it's a bad life.

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Summary

Book 1 of short “free form” poems in the pov of my manipulative thoughts, written as sort of a diary of my horrific high school years that were far from an ordinary coming of age film. (TW; depression, ad*iction, e*ting disorder, self-h*rm, talk of s*icide.)

Genre:
Poetry / Other
Author:
??????
Status:
Complete
Chapters:
88
Rating:
5.0 1 review
Age Rating:
16+

entry

You can’t just punch someone in the face.

First you warn them it’s coming
and maybe they’ll stop you.

You can’t just take someone’s life.

First you warn them it’s coming
and maybe they’ll stop you.

Then again, probably not.

!Trigger Warning!

Talk of suicide, depression, eating disorders, addiction, self- harm, death, blood, etc.

This collection gets dark dark, so if you feel it may be a little too much for your mental state, please don’t be embarrassed to stop reading. There are trigger warnings in the title of each poem that may have more triggering language, but keep in mind the entire collection is referencing tough topics. This is about my personal experience, so don’t feel pressured to relate directly or continue reading if you’re triggered. It’s a heavy subject and I hope this collection helps someone, but at the same time I know it can harm someone and that is the last thing I want. So please, be cautious with your triggers and otherwise, enjoy!
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Nina: I started reading this book with such a good feeling, I was 100% convinced it would end in some romantic happily-ever-after way. The end had me crying a little, I can't lie about that. It was completely different from what I expected and I wish it wouldn't end like that, nonetheless it is a very ...

genocon: Didn’t like it at first. The short sentences like it was written in verse. And It seemed like a typical coming of age story. Stupid girl falling for an older man. But after I finished it I looked back and it’s kind of Poetic. A modern Lolita story written from the girls point of view.

Tsheposhimbz: its a grt story write more

maggiev8mv: I enjoyed book 1, book 2 freaking loved it. A tad predictable, but the writing style and storytelling skills made up for it. Thank you for sharing your story!!! Now Book 3!!

maggiev8mv: I enjoyed the journey into the mc. I read a couple books a day and this has been one of my favorites. A little intense in spots but felt well thought out. Thanks for sharing. Now for Book 2

Carmen: I loved the main characters and the doll thing is genious... I had a good laugh. Keep writing

slc21225: Great short story

Maryke Le Roux: Awesome story thank you so much for the story

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tiffanyyates1979: Poor Mystic. She can't catch a break

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