Abandoned House


“The trouble with friends was that you couldn’t get rid of them.

There was no way to take back a friendship in the wake of betrayal or

disappointment. The friendship, and everything that went with it, stayed.

It just became unreliable, like an abandoned house; you still knew where

all the rooms were, and which stairs creaked underfoot, but you had to

check every floorboard for rot before trusting your weight to it.”

– Chris Moriarty

Photo by Travelergeek

Over the years Eyes + Words has turned into a wonderful budding family of over fifteen thousand people across all platforms. It’s surreal and humbling to know that the art of poetry and story is alive and thriving. That being said, I hope that the creation of the Eyes + Words Writers Group serves as a vehicle and launch pad to help and support writers and the aspiring ones to keep manifesting words that many out there are searching for everyday. So go on and contribute, lets elevate together. Everyone is encouraged to share their experiences with anything involving writing.

2 comments on “Abandoned House

  1. This is certainly true of friendships in middle school and high school. Sometimes, in the business world, it is like this, too.

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  2. That’s deep! On point!

    Liked by 2 people

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