DO YOUR WORST
I double dawg dare u
Lacey gave to us, and took with her, one of the things that made me love Flyleaf so much; passion. Deep, raw emotions, of love, hate, guilt, shame, yearning, desperation, fear and passion. She has experienced some of the lowest and highest points of human nature, and that, pared with her hope and natural talent for music, allowed her to share with us messages not with sympathy, but empathy.
Lacey went threw things, and lived a life, that allowed her to relay messages to their listeners that were so intense, it was iconic. Never have I experienced another band or artist who’s music was so meaningful that it could bring me to crippling tears just by listening to one of their songs alone in my room. Flyleaf with Lacey’s inspiration told me that it was okay to hurt, to be bitter and scared and broken, but also helped to pick me up from where I was; they gave me hope and strength to grow and better myself.
I am scared, and have mostly accepted, that we will not be getting such heartfelt, passionate and intense material from flyleaf with Kristen.
This has been a useless Jasmin confession.
“well the dictionary says” -
first of all, no.
second of all, stop.
and finally, no stop