r u a cigarette bc u got a hot butt
I mourn, not for the
Loss of you, but the loss of
My reason to write.
lets get lost together like bobby pins
One day, they’ll ask me
How I feel about you. And
I’ll tell them, “I don’t.”
It feels like how one would feel when they’re released from prison.
You’re free, but you’re stepping into a whole new world all over again.
Your home for so long is now a thing of the past. How could you possible leave your sanctuary?
And yet, you must. Life goes on, so you move on.
Your feet are no longer bounded by those shackles, yet you still move with a feeling of dread. Simply out of habit, really.
You’re not sure if you’re going to be okay, but you will be, in time to come.
It’ll definitely take a lot of getting used to.
And sometimes, you’ll feel like doing something stupid just to get yourself back into prison, where everything’s familiar and you’re not starting from scratch.
But you can’t. Life goes on, so you move on.
It’ll be locked away in a corner of your memories, to be released in the middle of one of those lonely nights, where contemplation is but a norm.
Part of you will miss it, but what else are you to do?
Life goes on, so you move on.
Maybe the truth had
Stung so much that I’ve become
Completely numb now.
I knew what was to
Come, so I guess that’s why it
Doesn’t hurt as much.
It’s hard to even
Look you in the eye, how could
I tell you those words?
I can hear my heart -
How it beats for you, how it
Breaks because of you.
Lawrence’s parents — her dad owned a construction business; the two now run a summer day camp-were initially less than thrilled with their daughter’s decision to become an actress.
When Lawrence was 14, she persuaded them to let her spend the summer in New York City going on auditions. As summer came to an end, her parents wanted her to come back home already. In the midst of their arguments, Lawrence happened to see a newspaper story about a boy from Kentucky starring in a new movie called Little Manhattan. “I was like, ‘Look, see? He’s from Kentucky and he made it’ I can do it too!’ And, weirdly, it helped them accept that this is what I wanted to do.”
That boy was Josh Hutcherson. In a nifty twist of fate, he’ll play Peeta, Lawrence’s favorite character from the Hunger Games trilogy.
(Jennifer in the EW Hunger Games issue)
my heart just got shreded
Probably a huge factor as to why she is so close with Josh. Talk about fate. How beautiful.