8 "Caitlyn Siehl" Quotes And Sayings

Caitlyn Siehl is a graduate of the University of Wyoming with a Bachelor's degree in English and a Master's degree in Counseling. She is currently a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of Wyoming. Her counseling experience includes counseling individuals as well as couples, as well as work as a high school teacher for both science and social studies. In her spare time she enjoys reading, writing, baking chocolate chip cookies, and spending time with her family Read more

She lives in Wyoming with her husband, daughter, and dog.

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Do not fall in love with people like me. I will take you to museums, and parks, and monuments, and kiss you in every beautiful place, so that you can never go back to them without tasting me like blood in your mouth. I will destroy you in the most beautiful way possible. And when I leave you will finally understand, why storms are named after people. Caitlyn Siehl
When is a monster not a monster? Oh, when you...
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When is a monster not a monster? Oh, when you love it. Caitlyn Siehl
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I mean, I hope you're happy, But the sky is still the sky without you, And I'm not surprised by that anymore. Caitlyn Siehl
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Eat, baby.eat.chew.please. I know it hurts. I know it doesn’t feel good.please. I know your hunger is different than mine. I know it doesn’t taste the same as mine.imagine you could grow up all over againand pinpoint the millisecond that you startedcounting calories like casualties of war, mourning each one like it had a family.would you?sometimes I wonder that.sometimes I wonder if you would go backand watch yourself reappear and disappear right in front of your own eyes.and I love you so much. I am going to hold your little hand through the night.just please eat. just a little.you wrote a poem once, about a city of walking skeletons.the teacher called home because youtold her you wished it could be like thathere.let me tell you something about bones, baby.they are not warm or soft.the wind whistles through them like they areholes in a tree.and they break, too. they break right in half.they bruise and splinter like wood.are you hungry? I know. I know how much you hate that question. I will find another way to ask it, someday.please.the voices. I know they are all yelling at you to stretch yourself thinner.l hear them counting, always counting. I wish I had been there when the world made yousnap yourself in half. I would have told you that your body is not a war-zone, that, sometimes, it is okay to leave your plate empty. . Caitlyn Siehl
I will learn your anger. I will lick your sadness....
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I will learn your anger. I will lick your sadness. I will feast on your hunger. Caitlyn Siehl
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Start by pulling him out of the fire andhoping that he will forget the smell. He was supposed to be an angel but they took himfrom that light and turned him into something hungry, something that forgets what his hands are for when theyaren’t shaking. He will lose so much, and you will watch it all happenbecause you had him first, and you would let the worldbreak its own neck if it means keeping him. Start by wiping the blood off of his chin andpretending to understand. Repeat to yourself“ I won’t leave you, I won’t leave you”until you fall asleep and dream of the placewhere nothing is red. When is a monster not a monster? Oh, when you love it. Oh, when you used to sing it to sleep. Here are your upturned hands. Give them to him and watch how he prayslike he is learning his first words. Start by pulling him out of another fire, and putting him back together with the piecesyou find on the floor. There is so much to forgive, but you do notknow how to forget. When is a monster not a monster? Oh, when you are the reason it has become so mangled. Here is your humble offering, obliterated and broken in the mouthof this abandoned church. He has come back to stop the worldfrom turning itself inside out, and you love him, you do, so you won’t let him. Tell him that you will never know any better. Caitlyn Siehl
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I always talk about love but I’ve seen a life where I can live without it, where I can eat with my hands, make the whole bed, leave the light on for myself. Caitlyn Siehl