Unveil your repressed anger
if it is making you freak!
Run away from the faces
that are making you sick!
Take a glance to your inner violence,
that is screaming and clashing,
rippling the waves, that is permeating
the toxic into your mind.
Shout to the sky although it will not answer
to your grudges, and listen to the echoes
of your anger, reverberating like the thunder,
that is backfiring to you instead?
Updated 11-27-2009 at 05:01 AM by dibyendra
My love, how I miss you!
Time slips by so quickly,
Will we ever conquer time?
Let us slow down this play,
So we may relish it in completeness.
What is there after liberation?
Must one return to illusion?
I believe after liberation comes harmony,
And then comes a higher enlightenment.
When will I know perfect peace?
When will I again see the divine?
Who will listen, who will
Not to put too fine a point on it but I'm really not a technophobe--I'm just lazy. When the Long Suffering Spouse brought a cell phone into the house I resisted the urge to upgrade my lifestyle with this instrument of depression.
The cell phone lures you in by the convenience of it all. Put it in your pocket and call anyone anytime no matter where you are located. They are just waitng for you to make their day shine brighter.
The first crack in the veneer of communications
Updated 10-01-2009 at 10:17 PM by mtpspur
The first two are just linguistic chaos (though they are about something), and the third one is a mix of Old English and Scottish.
‘Ere I will post a pretty poem for a penny
If yicht are to pay me a pomp
Along with yer colonnade
‘Ere ruffles, ‘e buckles, er sawng in ‘is head
Frankly, flops, frolicking, feast upon
The fallen swine.
Mah Hen Ghost
I'm reading old folktales for school, used to read them a lot when I was younger, there are thousands of them here about elves and trolls and ghosts but the most popular ones are about the people who were here before us and live in rocks and lava. the can harm you if you do them wrong but reward you greatly if you please them. Interesting and kinda scary. I found it very interesting that the Cinderella story is know in over 200 countries, with minor changes according to the place it's supposed to