To The Past & Everyone Who Judges It

You watched me fake smile after all the arguments behind closed doors, or every vacation we went on together. Everything we did. Maybe it wasn’t your responsibility to notice, maybe it was. Who cares? Because now I smile and I’m proud of who I am what I’ve done who I’ve become and the real ones can easily see that. The ones who know my heart, and who truly know what I’ve gone through without even knowing the full details are…




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