Naïve

My younger years with you are almost a blur. Not only were we toxic but we were always intoxicated. Fighting over our own insecurities.
I remember crying in your car, in a tiny dress and pretty heals.
Makeup I’d spent hours putting on, smeared like a painting.
I never saw beyond it. It was a reality I accepted. I guess that’s the definition of naïve.

The tragedy of a girl
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Rubi Sotelo

My name is Rubi, I’ve been writing since I was 13 years old. Writing has been a form of therapy for me while going through traumatic experiences. Most of my poems speak of substance abuse, relationship abuse, thoughts of suicide, and self worth. My darkest moments were when my poetry blossomed. I hope that they are enjoyed with anyone who has ever been hurt before and can relate to the somber music in my heart that I pour into your cup. Cheers! Please follow my FB Page: The tragedy of a girl And Instagram @the_tragedy_of_agirl more…

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