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Reminds me of what my other used to say: "Relationships have their high points and their low points. The high points tell how deep your love but it's the low points that show how strong your bond is."
Atticus, I wish you nothing but love. *hugs*
My cousin has recently come out as gay, she`s only 16 & is a Christian. Over the last 12 months she`s had to endure quite a bit of bullying at school due to other kids gossiping & spreading rumours about her sexuality, but instead of taking the `easy` option & hide the way she is, she has stuck her fingers up & said a big fuck you to the people that teased her. I am so glad she has such a great mother that is supportive of her, & I am extremely fucking proud of her for being so comfortable & ballsy to be herself even when faced with bigotry...!
What I posted when I shared on Facebook: Thank you Atticus.
A poem by a literary gem Atticus Blake. He's help me so much with my de-conversion from religion I wanted to repay him by sharing these beautiful words. Not many of you know my recent de-conversion from religion because of my fear of the lose of my family and friends. This man and these words along with the support (and hopefully love) of someone special to me gave me the strength and courage today to say "Yes, I am an Atheist." Thank you Atti (Atticus) I love you. And to that special someone maybe I needed to "come out", lol. Maybe I just needed to have my mind clear and my heart not weighted down by harboring the fear and doubt of lose of loved ones. But if my Facebook Friend count drops dramatically more than I have reduced it too. I'll be saddened, but I'll have you. I'll also have more room in my heart for us. I love you all, and may you still feel the same after my confession. Yes... pun intended ;-)
Ugh. Another Atticus video, another sudden, strong attack of the feels!
Thank you. For, ya know, posting stuff onto Youtube that isn't a comedy, a music video or a rant. I forgot Youtube could be used for meaningful stuff too...
The idea that someone elses intimate or romantic love is inherently vastly different from your own shows you what kind of a person you are. It boils down to someone not believing in someone elses brain feelings, as if all brains are "normal," shaped and modeled to benefit* humankind.
On the path,
where we met in the spring,
A leaf twirls before my eyes.
in the dappled shade,
you would dance
Spinning and laughing amongst the beams of light.
The smile that graced your lips,
wavers in my memory.
will you dance,
before my eyes.
The leaf blurs
I look away
Along with the autumn leaf,
a tear falls silently.
I respond to your poem about Love with a poem about Loss I wrote way back.
+Gray Hassen That's alright, it's a general poem about falling in love, getting together, breaking up and getting back together. Something that can happen in any long term relationship gay or straight.
this poem made me cry so fucking much....
i had a lover and we had so much fun togeter, we never did anything in public because he is still on the closet, and i respected him because i know how hard that is... and then one day, one month ago, he told me he was getting married and we havent seen each other since then, he is getting married this sunday on the church... and reading your poem all i can think about is him....
great poem, loved it.
Thank you, Atticus. I got the push notification on my phone from YouTube about this video less than a minute after ending a painful call. The fortuitous coincidence took me by surprise. It was just what I needed just when I needed it. As always, I love your videos. Keep our up.