I learned.

Fifteen years ago,

I learned that I am the best.



Fourteen years ago,

I learned that I am the best.



Thirteen years ago,

I learned that I am loved and am the best.



Twelve years ago,

I learned that life’s great, I learned that I am loved by friends and teachers, and am the best.



Eleven years ago,

I learned that I am loved by everyone, and am the best.



Ten years ago,

I learned that I am still loved by everyone, and still am the best.



Nine years ago,

I learned nothing.



Eight years ago,

I learned that this world sucks.



Seven years ago,

I learned that life’s trash.



Six years ago,

I learned that being confident is a quality that I do not deserve to have.



Five years ago,

I learned that I should stop making a fuss about everything in my life.



Four years ago,

I learned that I should stop hoping or even caring about people around me.



Three years ago,

I learned that I only got me.



Two years ago,

I learned that I.



A year ago,

I learned.























my sweetestly harsh childhood is about to end. im almost done with all tales i got to tell and all stories i need to release out in order to get past this successfully. it was great and it was not. but its my life and i loved it. all things happened are cool. and as i said, somehow i feel that im ready to tell everything. been waiting this long. seems like this is the day that i can finally laugh at every single mistakes ive ever done. cool. cool.

anyway, will continue with my short stories stuff after this and maybe one more piece about self. i sincerely thank everything that got me here, and no matter where i am, i forever will be thankful and grateful for all.

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Dear Diary,
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Linnette
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she wasn’t born with a language, but she was born to have one.

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notburriss
11 months ago
this is yet another one of your greatest pieces. life is bittersweet but we grow. eventually, we grow. i have to say, i am more than proud of your accomplishments. i don’t know about all of them but i sure am still proud. cheers for our bittersweet future and whatever it may bring.
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