Daisy Whitney, When You Were Here Quotes
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Another deserted sentence. Another side effect of death. Words go AWOL.
Why am I doing this? Because it feels so good to talk like we used to, even though I know this is just a shadow of what we had. But I chase it anyway.
No, I am not all right, I want to say. Have you been to my house? Have you seen how empty it is?
But I am tired of everyone being gone, and I am tired of everything that has tired me out for the last five years of my life.
But I don't feel like dealing because dealing requires too much energy, and energy is what I lack.
When someone you love has died, there is a certain grace period during which you can get away with murder. Not literal murder, but pretty much anything else.
Do you need anything?" she asks. A mom A dad. Someone. Anyone. Can you arrange for that? "Nah, I'm good.
Get away from my house and all its rooms that echo, all the rooms I don't enter anymore.
Nothing is ever enough.
Because this is what I believe - that second chances are stronger than secrets. You can let secrets go. But a second chance? You don't let that pass you by.
Why she was the happy one when she was dying, and I just can't seem to manage anything when I'm living.
Because I'm living, and I sure as hell don't have a clue how to feel anything but empty.
Because maybe it's in the stories that the people we love are still alive.