Human Library – Trailer

Human Library – Trailer


You don’t realize what’s
happening when your
partner dies. But people look at you as if
you’re the same, and you’re not And they can’t see the change
inside of you.. ..hand a $20 bag to an undercover
police officer in a school-zone which put me a mandatory 2-4
years in state prison. because I was getting ready to
turn 25, I was like there’s no way I can have cancer,
like nope, not me I’ve been blind since I was born I climbed in the closet and took
my first drink, and I was never
the same again amputated both hands, amputated
both feet, I was in a coma
for 60 days ..and so around the 5 year mark
I shot and killed someone in
an argument Chase was diagnosed on the
autism spectrum when he was
3 years old and it’s like walking around
with this neon sign over your
head that’s just flash flash
flash, felon felon felon There’s a lot of fear and
hysteria surrounding
Muslims. A lot of
misinformation and myths Somehow I wound up being
a drug addict. It wasn’t
supposed to happen to me. Lived in a sunshine-yellow
hatchback, driving up and down
the coast of Florida for a
summer.. Heating up what we could find
to eat, canned goods mostly,
under the hot water tap. The only little bit of control
I felt I had at that time was my
hair.. and the chemo was going to kill
it so depression, sorrow, anger I could take you and show you
dinges in my desk where I
slammed my hooks into my desk
when things would not work there’s just sometimes when
certain things happen, when
dag-gone-it I wish I had my vision, I wish
I had my eye-sight. There’s times where.. I just miss him so much,
you know what I mean? I wanted people to know that
I’m different but not less. I didn’t want to hurt anybody
anymore. I wanted to be a kind,
loving, concerning individual
that could help others. ..and I’m a pretty good
friend today. We all have our own little
things that we’re good at
in this life. A widow doesn’t mean that
you’re done, a widow doesn’t
mean that your life has ended. Don’t let anybody tell you,
anything that besets you, good,
bad, or indifferent, you can
overcome. I take one day at a time. And
if I can get through that day,
I know it’s a better day
tomorrow. I wouldn’t give any of it back.

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