Friday, May 23, 2008

with a twist

the sharp, silver blade
pierces the surface
as the crimson mess of a dream
spills out.

very still, the surface doesn't crumble.
still, the surface doesn't crumble.

steadily, it flows, the liquid.
thick, but runny.
it flows out of the open surface.

she cries, weakend.
oh, why must it happen to her?
she had worked so hard!
failure.

oh, when the blade cut it open,
the berry pie revealed its crimson insides.




please do not copy this, because i wrote it.

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

compare people..

This email was sent by Compare People.
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Your friends have voted on your strengths and weaknesses:

STRENGTHS:

happiest
best public speaker
most creative

WEAKNESSES:

most useful
most confident


Well ain't that just darned useful for my everyday life!

Saturday, May 3, 2008

see you again

my dad really doesn't like see you again by miley cyrus. i do admit, it is overplayed. but, i like it.
ANYWAYS.

I was in the car, driving with my dad, and then I began to sing the song. My dad sighed and turned on the radio. Some rock song played, but I kept on singing. Then I mentioned to him that it would be funny if when he turned the radio on, the song would be playing. He said that it would be playing, just not on that station. He changed the station, and sure enough:

THE LAST TIME I FREAKED OUT
I JUST KEPT LOOKING DOWN
I ST-ST-STUTTERED WHEN YOU ASKED ME WHAT I'M THINKIN' BOUT...

yes. it was playing. My dad and I bobbed our heads to the song while I sang along.
Oh, what a joyful car ride.

Friday, May 2, 2008

my love of the dictionary

swoon (sw┼źn)
intr.v., swooned, swoon·ing, swoons.
To faint.
To be overwhelmed by ecstatic joy.
n.
A fainting spell; syncope.
A state of ecstasy or rapture.

The word swoon now has other uses. Let's see the snippet from urbandictionary.com.

To be overwhelmed by ecstatic joy, a state of ecstasy or rapture. Used online as an action, to show that someone is attracted or interested in someone or something.

I swooned 3 times today. Isn't that just peachy keen?