UnbreakableMy internal genocide,led to the suicide of all the pain deep insideUnbreakable7 hours ago in Urban & Spoken Word More Like This
it cant play dead anymore,against all my odds i have defied the death of my emotion
reborn into this world with the gift of pure sight,no more shadowed images screaming through me in the night
standing,but never alone,i see clearly now what i have always known,this is my legacy
it will be anarchy,but in a controlled burn,i will stand back,go against the stream,and watch the world turn
I get what i put out in return for freedom,a mission not so impossible
as i slide in between breaks in my glass,its unbreakable,im shatterproof,i was built to last
darkness becomes light,im all fight and no flight,i will take the risk,im not starving myself ive just chosen to fast
i will abstain from consuming the the pain that used to write the rules to my game
my actions now plot my course into what was a void,no longer a vacuum,its an explosion
of new paths for me to walk that the universe has chosen,i will not fade away,listen to its
Cat PillarsOne morning the people of the crowded city noticed an arched pillar standing fourteen feet over the sand on the beach of theirs. It was discovered after the fruity night sky vanished and the seven different church bells one of them sprayed half black began to rang. The people and above all of them the Indian people were very curious. On the top of the pillar a cat was sitting, staring out into the wild and wise sea. A form for lunar module? A spacecraft the Indians said. At first. The second day another pillar had rose beside the other, but on top of this the peculiar cat stood and licked it paws.Cat Pillars4 hours ago in Urban & Spoken Word More Like This
Fear was not driven into their spiritual but still corporate city ways of living individual and responsible lives.
When they on day three woke up to the third and tallest pillar yet, where the cat was standing on the back of its feet and rose up to the sky people began to take pictures.
The fourth and last cat pillar came two days after number 3 and it was the lowest. The cat on the top was s
The algorithm for lifeWhen you take all of the knowledge you have learned over the years and subtract the number of mistakes it took to learn it. You end up with a pretty small number. It gets even smaller when you divide it by the time it took you to get that far. But when you multiply by the amount of friends you've made and add the love and support you've gotten from them into the mix, you'll find that that number is infinite. When a line is born on a graph it always starts at the bottom. Some lines cross and collide while others stay parallel for the rest of their lives. Some end to quickly, others trail longer then the rest, but they are all important. If every point you plotted represented a choice you've made, connecting the dots would show a picture of how others see you. The square root of all of your problems is the remnants of a tree that stood only to shadow over you. The equation for a good day can be as simple as hearing your name in someone else's voice. The sine of a bad day is ostracized ovThe algorithm for life20 hours ago in Urban & Spoken Word More Like This