nervousbibliophile

Australia

name= lila
pronouns=she/they
hey! im a teen writer trying to fill a whole lot of blank pages. i love, english (who doesn't), painting, drawing, theatre, poetry and music. kind of awkward but aren't we all?
goodreads- ♤lila♧

Message from Writer

◆t.swift
◆tea stains
◆renaissance & surrealism
◆d.bowie
◆journaling
◆memes + vines
◆smells books
◆fountain pens
◆cmbyn soundtrack & book
◆history nerd [nerd in general]
◆ violins sound pretty

okay you can run, but can you fly?

nervousbibliophile (Australia) liked The Line by yae23 (Korea, Republic of)

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nervousbibliophile (Australia) published:

what do i call myself?

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how can i call myself a writer
if my hands shake at
the thought of picking up a pen?

how can i call myself a good friend
if all i can do is pat them
on the back while they cry?

how can i call myself a calm person
when i cry and tear out my hair
because i can't be perfect?

how can i call myself confident
when i make myself smaller
for others?

what do i call myself?

about 2 hours ago

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nervousbibliophile (Australia) published:

the sound of a song

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carving the lyrics of a song into my skin
isn't enough
the scars where the words once were
are healed now 

shouting the words into the night sky
hardly makes it stick
i'm bound to a miss a word 
and that ruins the authenticity 

the day i remember my favourite song
will be a magnificent one

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nervousbibliophile (Australia) published:

a manifesto

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I do declare that I hate this world. There is no reason for tip-toeing around the point. I believe that we Homo Sapiens can do better. That we must do better. Everyone, even toddlers who barely know how to count to ten, knows what will happen if we don't. The lungs of the earth will suffocate and the human race will perish. But the way we're going it seems that we want to. The anti-lockdown protests and people who turn...

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