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Humor with age

April 20, 2009
By KICK3593 PLATINUM, Roslyn Heights, New York
KICK3593 PLATINUM, Roslyn Heights, New York
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With the perpendicularity,
Sometimes I feel compressed,
Waiting to feel a moment that I am able to breathe,
Yet there is not much question as to where I am,
(In my own home, after all).

And with the soft whispers I comfort my thoughts—
My eyes are closed, you see—and with my youth
I may explore to extensive lengths—I think.
So, with a new plot twist, I can adhere to nothing
And without the old smells, I am now in need of a stick.

Foreign now is the untold and what is read to me on book covers,
Stephanie Meyers and Miley Cyrus are trying their best.
I think I am going to kill myself.

The author's comments:
Maybe it's a bit much to say this is nonfiction. I hope you all understand that I am NOT blind. I just wrote this on an absent-minded thought, that is, I thought that I was just putting in 5 cent's worth to feel better about myself. I got this load as a result, being naïvely pessimistic and idiotically shouting out my thoughts to the world, like tossing a fiber of red fabric in front of a field of bulls. The thing that makes this good is that for some reason I'm still willing to go through with it.

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Abreika GOLD said...
on May. 2 2009 at 3:25 am
Abreika GOLD, Suffolk, Virginia
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I see why you wrote your comment.Lol. But I understand sometimes you think of something, start writing it down absent minded and still enjoy it no matter what it say, just because it something you found inside that you didn't knew existed even through it may or may not be aginst what you belive or live for its just words you wish you could take back but part of you don't want to.