Once you start reading, you’re hooked with the words and play on emotions. Brilliant writing at its best.
The stories were all told
Now they all just seem so old
Little pieces of my heart
All broken, but they call it art
All the years I’ve left behind
I will return home and call them mine
When you needed shelter in the night
I burned myself to be your light
When you needed to stay afloat
I drowned myself to be your boat
When you were standing in the midst of storm
I fought the cold to keep you warm
It is more than I can take
No more sacrifices I will make
Now I know what I have to do
This is the final poem for you
We may not be free and young
All our songs now have been sung
When was the last time that we laughed?
When was the last time that we cried?
Can we smile together one last time
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TWO JULYS BACK:
Love. This is a universal thing. It should never be limited. Jesus Christ showed the perfect example of love when he said ‘Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another.’ Isn’t it always nice to know that you love someone and they love you back?
Mum. Like love, this is universal. We only have one mother and we should cherish and love her like no other, no matter what.
Sanctimonious. I just love the word! It is also the title of my current personal writing project I’m working on in the spare time. My favorite way to use it thus far has been, ‘You sanctimonious bastard!’ It’s my favorite over-9-letter word.
UnSub. It’s not really a word, but I’ve been using this term a lot whenever I talk/read thrillers. When I’m into a James Patterson book, I’m like ‘I wonder if the character I chose as the UnSub is the right one?’ (I’m mostly right) If you’re a Criminal Minds fan like me, then you’ll know the term means ‘Unknown subject’.
J’adore. French for ‘I adore you’. I am a sucker for a French accent and J’adore leaving the lips of a Frenchman does it for me. I love how the word sounds and I can say it all day: J’adore. J’adore. J’adore! Of course, I don’t have a French accent so it doesn’t come near as sexy when a French native says it.
*Laughs* I think those words are unchanged. I still incorporate those words in my every day use, but since I’ve reignited my love for French, I love words such as Bonjour, Salut, S’il vous plaît and Monsieur.