Published on IndieInk

The good people at IndieInk have published my submission entitled “Feeling“.

This is the first time I’ve been published on IndieInk, although two of my pieces were once featured on the defunct IndieBloggers, which was the precursor to IndieInk. You can submit your essays and artwork, too.

In relation to “Feeling”, here’s a song by Amber Rubarth that seems to fit whatever this is I’m in right now: “Easy To Think.” The especially relevant lines are in bold, because I’m emo like that. Haha.


Amber Rubarth – Easy To Think Lyrics


Too young to understand why she went away
Too old to admit that I wouldn’t be okay
So I hardened my heart that day
I wiped the feelings off my face
She said it was her and it wasn’t my fault
It wasn’t my fault 
But when somebody leaves
Just like they all do
It’s easy to think
That it might be you
When somebody leaves
Like they all do
It ain’t easy

His eyes told me we were through and he’d be okay
I just looked down as my true love walked away
And it hardened my heart that day
But I wiped the feelings off my face
He said it was him
And it wasn’t my fault
Was it my fault

‘Cause when somebody leaves
Like they all do
It’s easy to think
That it might be you
When somebody leaves
Like they all do
It ain’t easy

But I will stay strong and I will stay busy and
I won’t lean too much to your side
And in July we’ll call it freedom
And one day this sheen that covers my eyes
Will melt away
It’ll fall drip down by the wayside
I just need time

This town was feeling so small and I needed space
So I packed my things in my blue suitcase and I drove away
But it hardened my heart that day
When he wiped his feelings off his face
Cause he thought it was him
But it wasn’t his fault
No it was just me

But when somebody leaves
Like we all do
It’s easy to think
That it might be you
When somebody leaves
Like we all do
It ain’t easy
It ain’t easy
It ain’t easy

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