Looking ForwardLooking forward to when we're together again,Looking Forward22 hours ago in Free Verse
Else wise, I'd never have let you win,
But you did; you won my heart and trust,
You've found a way and given me stardust,
I think I understand what you mean,
When you said, a good man you hadn't been,
You are far more elitist my dear,
And more judgmental from what I hear,
Looking forward, try to go easier on yourself,
It'll also be better for your health,
We're both still young yet; discovering the world,
Though we've both seen much of it already unfurled,
I'll guide your morality to keep your soul safe,
You'll guide me through the world keeping me safe,
I'll show you the beauty in simple small things,
As you continue to help me understand the beauty in complex things,
Looking forward; I know we both are,
And we'll make it together, as we've made it this far,
Each of us has great potential and talent,
Together, the world shall fall away, irrelevant.
The Man And The Medium: ProlougeThe Man And The Medium: Prolouge1 day ago in Introductions & Chapters
Today was a pretty interesting day at school. I went into Mrs. Sulavens 5th grade classroom and sat in my normal seat. After the bell rang Mrs.Sulaven announced that we had a new student in class and called him in. he had shaggy brown hair, peachy colored skin that was covered in freckles, and bright, emerald green eyes. he wore a blue striped shirt with navy blue jeans and a pair of black chucks.
"alright. please introduce yourself to the class and tell us something about yourself." Mrs.Sulaven asked the boy. "um..." the boy said staring at his feet as he started mumbling something else. "now, there's no need to be shy" Mrs.Sulaven told him with a kind smile. he looked up and said "m-my name is Ethan and I like to play games on my Wii". his voice was very high pitched and squeaky.
"that's neat!" Mrs.Sulavan said in a cheerful voice while picking up her clipboard. "
Bloomer Academy: Prologue and Chapter I-Prologue-Bloomer Academy: Prologue and Chapter I1 day ago in General Fiction
“Welcome to Bloomer Academy. My name is Henry Schofield. I am the third CEO of this ambitious academy. If you have any questions, you may come and ask me after the presentation is over.” The Arcanine brushed back his blonde hair, a smile seen on his tan face as he adjusted his red suit. For a CEO, he didn’t look the type; he was about in his early thirties and looked a few years younger than that. With bold red eyes and a slender build, one would never guess that he was one of the wealthiest men in this city.
The crowd before him were a mixture of different people. They ranged from the slums of the city to the well-off districts nearest the academy. To Henry and his associates, no one should be denied to enter the academy. That was the business motto they held for nearly sixty years now, and it has proven to be a major success with their system. The crowd reflected this motto, and it only made Henry all the more proud to know that he would be helping these