you know, i almost stole lines
from Grey’s Anatomy for you.
i wanted to gallantly come to you
after our fight, with the swagger
of McDreamy, when you were feeling
i wanted to act surprised when you
allude to our thing, us, being over.
say something like: “you’ve never
done this before, have you?” tell you that i would never walk away,
that after our fights no matter
what we say, i’ll be here in the
i wanted to tell you that i bought the tickets, that i’m committed to
making this work.
I still read your crap, as you had so eloquently put it that one morning.
Ah, these words make my heart ache. My AVID teacher gave this to our class on the last day of high school. Whenever I feel like I’m lost, I read it to lift me up a bit. I brought it with me to Davis, but I can’t seem to find it.
A little girl was dying of cancer and her younger brother had a match for the bone marrow she needed. The doctors told him it was a matter of life and death. After he had the surgery, he asked the doctors how long he had to live. He thought if he gave his bone marrow to let his sister live he would die but he did it anyway. GMH