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  265.     

Our Changing Earth

This is more of a poem in story format. Enjoy.

And now I only see color-no more black and white for me. I used to view EVERYTHING in black and white-now everything is vibrantly colored. Not just red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet-but colors and shades and hues unknown to man. I see colors impossible to describe. Can no one see the simplicity to my complexity? The complexity to my simplicity? Apparently not. I try to explain, and people laugh and scoff and look at me like I'm crazy. Is there noh elp for today's society? Everyone's so simple minded. NO one is open to change. Why can't people accept the fact that the world is changing, and we need to change with it? There's more to life than just what is seen with the everyday eye!
 
Airohng Liebe

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Forever

That day is forever etched into my mind. Every feeling I had then, I feel it today as real as I did then. It's like it happened not just once, but keeps happening over and over in my mind just as it did that day. I try, my god I try, to erase it ever so slightly, so I won't have to feel it over and over but no matter how much I try, I can't even ease the pain. When I had to let go that day, I let go of myself as well. I can't go back to normal. It changed me, forever. It kills me inside when I think of having to live with this horrible weight forever bearing down on me. I can't recover. Everyone expects me to, they expect I can just move on, not look back, as if it never happened. Well, it did, and it changed me. I can't change that. No one can bring me back to who I was. Ever.
 
Alice Silvers

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Love

Feel alone and misunderstood can't get you out of my head but yet you are something very good. Can't change who I am and what I have become, Like me for who I am and don't be afraid of me for the things I have done. I am almost complete but to far to judge. Wish you were here so I can tell you what I fear, Fear being alone without your love, I have come so far and you seem to be the right one, Don't flee from me like how the others have run. I can't get you out of my head but yet you are something very good. Can't change who I am and what I have done, Like me for who I am and don't be afraid of me for the things I have done. You bring color to this colorless love which was black and so far gone turning it into something beautiful that never once was. Your saintly eyes filled with blue, You can only make this true, Walk with your hand in mine past the tall gates, And the endless flood, Climb the mountain where God stood, Embrace the cold hug that burns with the sun. Don't fall from the grace of love, Listen to the song of the white dove, Journey to reality and see whats been done. I can't get you out of me head but yet your something very good, Can't change who I am and what I have become, Like me for who I am and don't be afraid of me for the things I have done.
Whisper in your ear and clear the air between us, Life can be an opinion but do not judge.
 
Connor Whyte

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The End Of Us

Whats the matter with you I pour my heart out and you cast it away, I give you my world, but like a theft you stole my soul. What went wrong, we use to shine like the sun now its like we're burning by our own solar flares. We mentioned love but why must it be so complicated, for love is never angry but why are we always fighting. Oh darling you changed my life, while I changed yours, but now it is us who need a change from eachother. I never thought we would end like this, I never thought we be this way, we were only growing like a rose, but sadly our thorns came to early, and we perished back to the dust we came from.

For together we feel like god, but apart we realize who we are, mere man with the burden of living life with our headaches, heartbreaks, and especially our stupid mistakes. Now that we have come to our fork in the path never knowing what is coming, and clueless on where we're going, still we walk, why because we don't have a choice, because we can never slow down, because even if we die today who would notice, for as the world was going as we entered it, it will still continued as we leave. So this is my new chapter of my life, a chapter without you, and a man simply looking to find the end of the book, his book, the book of his very life, for life with you isn't a book at all, or a life worth living, simply blank pages in a tablet, ...waiting to be forgotten.
 
Augustus Gatlin

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