My gossip, barbed with wired to hurt or hunt, tied my loved ones together.

To a story I made about others to make me feel better somehow and I destroyed being a trustworthy and respectful human.

It left me feeling dirty and disconnected.

Gossip is not bonding with others.

And I am not special for knowing information others do not know.

Repeating things that I should not is like a type of emotional bondage bound by others privacy and humanness.

I keep what I know to myself, even when the other sees me as their enemy.

Fallouts between others is where my loyalty to being trustworthy is truly tested.

Just when I think I can let loose this is when I am to choose,


#Roarheart #FAN #Gossip #Silence #Trustworthy

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​We acknowledge our indigenous and LBGTQ2IA+ Neurodivergent Autistic humans.


We use identity-first language, "I am autistic", as opposed to "I'm a person with autism", reflecting Autism at the core of our identity, that Autism is a Spectrum, a part of neurodivergence and not a disorder. We radically embrace and celebrate neurodivergence.


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