Sisters of the dawn
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ellielie
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Communities online always have had a bad rep. But I have found friends, I have lost friends, I have found love and I have lost it again.

Sisters of the dawn

by Ellie

You carry yourself as a burden, avoiding the mirrors. The stranger in the reflection, is too much dead for your empty eyes.

Have no one ever told you, that you were good enough?

That you were as majestic as those white mountains in the wild, and as beautiful as a sunset on the edge of the world.

Fueling your inside with water, emptying yourself every night with tears. The pain carving its way into you, and there’s no way out of your own body,

And you fight with so much passion. And you smile with so much glitter.

They say you’re beautiful, their words as sharping lies, aren’t powerful enough to reach you.

And every day is the same routine, desperately trying to catch the light, while the voices keep smothering you.

In the pain you’ve found a home, in the madness you’ve found a family.

Sharing your demons with all those other girls, Icons and faceless, Likes, and messages, sisters of the dawn.

Until one day,

a message on the screen,

as simple as simple can be...

"She’s dead. She overdosed.”

Why couldn't I have crossed the screen, to hug your fragile body with all my love? Why were my words not enough, the hours online always too short.

Because losing a friend in binary emotions, only bring so little closure, the day they no longer log in.

But I loved you

I loved you

I loved you.

Why did no one showed you how gorgeous your entire being was? Your stunning eyes could have defied the most dangerous dragon. The fire in your heart would have burned The Grim Reaper itself.

But you wanted more, you wanted something more.

Feeding the void inside you. You were just gilding the lily.

You poor lifeless little girl, I’d have fought for you, I’d have showed you,

how your smile could have light up the whole world,

how every parcel of your skin,

were made of the most sparkling stars.

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