it is warm and cozy, comfortable comforting in my human sized hampster ball it is lined with wool and everywhere I look reflects white into my pinpoint eyes where it meets synapses of pleasure and vanquishes synapses of pain for four hours or more, things are ok
damn these hands
My hands tick away like an antiquated clock out of beat They don't ring like they used to; Instead erupts a discordant chime that sings of fall and a long winter without the promise of spring.
They course through forests and alleyways in search of a purpose. A sober and earnest dignity. Clumsily they glide over a worn fret board, producing melody; yet still not ringing on their own. Stinging and biting comes next, and a bleak and seemingly
I will pay u 100 dollars to shoot me in the head This could be a very lucrative business deal for you You could buy an amazon kindle after shooting me in the head You can just dump me in the ocean Nobody will ever look for me so you don’t have to worry Ill even give you an advanced copy of one of my e-books for free To read on your amazon kindle Or maybe you would buy a nook You can read it on the beach somewhere while thinking about The waves and the gibbous moon above your head And you could feel good about yourself For making such a solid investment in your life And with your time Thank you
December stars could never match your eyes… Why did you have to tell me so many lies… I feel like a ball that weighs more than the earth that is sinking steadily into the earth now But it doesn’t weigh that much more so its going to take a while After a while ill reach the core of the earth
And I will melt Just like I used to melt for you and your beautiful blue eyes…
I like it but try not to jock on Steve's style you know what I'm saying like there's the misspellings like Steve you know what I'm saying but there's some nice use of vocabulary and imagery you know what I'm saying but you just got to do your own thing man --- http://filesmelt.com/dl/ross.gif http://i.imgur.com/gkUeQ.png Anything too hard in life is not worth doing. -John McGuirk