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it’s very seldom she finds herself speechless.
the absence of the right words is unusual for
the woman who knows the importance of words,
whose ink stains the pages she inspires, who
overuses words at times for they are what she knows,
and in mistakes and tough times, they mean something.
but she stands silent now. a million thoughts run
through her mind and still, she stands speechless.

-it is in the moment where you have hit the point where
you have done all you could do, given all you could,
and it’s no longer up to you.
by: allison ryder