RottenIt's as rotten as your face
As the candle light shows
Your many scars.
It's as putrid as your smile
Because when it shines
It's as disgusting as this hand
That types down this insightful
Crap that is suposed to help me
Get through my life in time to get
Married or go to a prom or drive a car.
But if you haven't noticed
That isn't working
Then you are blind
Because I hate you
As much as I hate myself.
SometimesSometimes if you think hard enough
The world will just disappear
Like the flicker of a dim candle
Sitting in your window sill
Waiting just waiting for that
Perfect silent breeze to come along and
Blow it out.
Sometimes if you dream like you were meant to
All of the problems in your life with dissolve
As if it were a snowflake
That just happened to fall on a
House that was heated so much
Sometimes if you breathe
Breathe as if you were inhaling
The perfect sweet yet bitter scent
Of a beautifully formed black rose
That indulged your senses as you flew
Sometimes you try, try oh so hard
Just to find out that you failed
And you contain yourself
Like a hot air balloon just ready
Ready to pop and blow out
As much steam as possible.
As if your life would come to an end
A sudden screeching halt
Something that makes everyone cry
Something that changes everybody's lives
Something I wish for in this very moment
The very anticipation of death
Lingers around the
My Story of FateThe group of girls huddled into a corner of the room. It was late, 11 or 12 pm. There was the faintest scent of perfume and popcorn on the air. Somehow the question.' What qualities do you line in each of us?' came up. Of course, Sierra had to go first. She started embellishing her works with adjectives, that were grammatically incorrect. "You have lovely locks." She stated one of our friends. Then it came to me. "Hmm..." Sierra thought out loud. "Your eyes are intelligent!" She pointed at me. A hush rush of giggles covered the air in the room. "Seriously," her face went dreamy "their like 2 + 2!" By then everybody was cracking up.
"You've got to be kidding!" I piped up.
"No I am not, and Kristen had cute ears, and you have great teeth, and your skin tone is perfect!" Sierra laughed. All of us gawked a
--Save the Panda--for applezapEndangered
You really want me to die?
Just give me bamboo
And give me my forest
Take me out of the zoo,
I deserve to be free
I deserve to run wild
I am just like you
I might live in China
But I still need your love
Black and white
No need to fight
Just let me be
Let me be free
I am just like you
I need my room
Don't take that all away from me
I am a Panda
I have rights too
I breathe and eat
Just like you
P-exclamation point-ATD RecipeStart with a dash of angst
Then mix it in with a tablespoon of sadness
Freeze them with 3 cups of energy
Then broil them in a pan of enthusiasm
Put your mixture into a bowl with creativity
Bake on 3000 degrees with a pinch of
anger, happiness, and hotness
let cool and serve your Panic! At the Disco in large quantities.
Red to Blue -A Vow For You-I trusted you
I was a fool
The light in the dark
The rush of the water
You turned me around
You bring me down
To tell you the truth
It was never really true
Red to the Blue
Blue to the Black
Oh I will be there for you
If you you were they for me
It is imposible now
To turn it around
Oh you bring me down
Bring me down
"Have a nice day." The store clerk mumbled to the busy mother who, oddly enough, had no kids with her today.
"Thanks." A slurred word spilled out of her mouth. She seemed half asleep, yet no one noticed, since this was her normal state. Grabbing her bags she stumbled out of the store. Running into a garbage can and then into a pedestrian. She said her sorry to the can and ran to her car in a hurry. Avoiding the whole back end of her car she hopped into the front seat. Sighing she backed out of the spot and she turned into the parking lot. Her driving jumpy and her hands shaking she got to the road. Little did the mother know another was speeding towards her.
"Shut up!" He screamed at the teenage girl in the passenger seat. The bird was flipped his way and he slammed on the brakes. His brown hair fell into his face, blurring his v
NeverThe blood slivered down her throught,
Like water to cool down a mortal.
Thought running through her head,
Was it right to be like this?
Can I help being like this?
Fangs dripping with the bitter liquid.
The limp body in her arms fell to the floor.
Poor man, did he deserve this fate?
Yet he didn't believe her,
Savage nature kicked in before he could speak.
Now she dies for sadness is strong,
Never trusted in anyone or herself.
So never to fail she lays,
next to her cold love.