adlyn

United States of America

Just a girl with a keyboard who gets bored really easily.

adlyn (United States of America) liked i hate you by weirdo (United States of America)

about 2 months ago

adlyn (United States of America) published:

The Figure at the Top of the Hill

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You were too bright,
    (A star that would burn up the sun, sizzling it to shame)
You were too fast,
    (A cheetah dashing through the tall, swaying grass just for the exhilaration)
You were too electric,
    (A crackle in the air with every movement, a smile of a thousand volts)
You were too unattainable,
    (An inhuman, five steps ahead-no, not even touching the ground, but flying)
But now I see,
(A dreary rainy day, a grey...

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adlyn (United States of America) published:

When They Leave #HomoSapiensStory

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For some, it’s the moments of silence that gets them. When the dust settles and you’re sitting on your kitchen table with a cup of tea at two in the morning, you can feel how the yarn joining you to someone else has been snipped. You still have it tied around your wrist- double, no triple knotted- but it just hangs there, worthless rubbish that you drag piously everywhere. The air becomes still, suffocating, and you’d give anything for the...

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adlyn (United States of America) liked LAST DAY!!! #HomoSapiensStory by and-peggy (United States of America)

2 months ago

adlyn (United States of America) started following babybluelamentations (United States of America)

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adlyn (United States of America) liked quiet by babybluelamentations (United States of America)

2 months ago

adlyn (United States of America) liked World's Tiniest Contest #Paganini'sviolin by MarSan (Mexico)

2 months ago

adlyn (United States of America) published:

Calls of Yesterday

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Isn’t funny how the smaller we are, the more life we see?
Little kids with wide eyes, soaking up the earth,
And a middle aged somebody no longer looking for magic.
Wasn’t it better when we didn’t know?
How much time it takes to get home from work,
How to smile with our lips, not our eyes,
How to count quarters and dimes without using our fingers.
I wish every night to lay down and shrink,
To climb chairs in...

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2 months ago

adlyn (United States of America) liked CONTEST Results/Winners!!! #imagineit by Dmoral13 (United States of America)

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adlyn (United States of America) liked Shooting Star by Still_Crafting (United States of America)

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