The Guardian AngelI am, and always will be, the guardian angelThe Guardian Angel9 years ago in Traditional Fixed Forms More Like This
Meant to protect your heart
Defend your innocence
And forever serve the light
My soft touch will heal your body
My lilting voice will soothe your soul
My caring eyes will give you strength
My white wings will protect you from darkness
I will help you to continue on
Through darkness, heartache, pain
Heal what the dark has done unto you
Always be near when you call
I will watch as you walk away from me
With happiness in your soul again
For this is what brings me true delight
To guide the lost, to lead the followers
I ask nothing from you in return
Though some wish to bruise my body
I will stand tall for those who need me
The lost souls within the last world
I remain alone, I stand alone
What I am is both a gift, a curse
And in order to protect you
I must defend myself
Parenting and SexDame never intends to be a parent, but on the off chance she gets with someone who really wants kids, then she'll adopt. She doesn't intend to adopt any babies but what the fuck ever let's get on with thisParenting and Sex4 years ago in Emotional More Like This
First and foremost: Sex, genitalia, and the like will be an open discussion all the time 24/7.
Obviously I won't be doing things in front of the kid or to the kid but I will never, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever, ever in a million years make the poor thing feel like their body is wrong, gross, dirty, or the like, or that sexuality is the same.
The child will never be ashamed to come to me with questions, curiosities, help, and general discussion about their body, other bodies, sex, and the like. I will make sure of it. It will be as natural to talk to me about it as it will be to talk to me about dinner.
I will never hesitate to say the words "vulva", "vagina", "clitoris", "penis", "testicles", "anus", "nipple", "breast", and the like. Oh well okay that might be a lie I mig
Made of NothingMade of Nothing4 years ago in Philosophical More Like This
Fast Foreword: A Brief Introduction
Why are people so eager to tell me when they find God, but they never mention where he was hiding? Sorry, that's just been bugging me. Now about my essay I made it educational and concise, but I also tried to include some humor so it wouldn't read like an obituary column for any beliefs you may have had. To put it bluntly, this article's as likely to erase your faith in God as the Tanya Harding sex tape.
Okay, maybe that's a bit ambitious. Some people couldn't be convinced that God doesn't exist if God himself descended from the heavens just to announce that he doesn't exist. Even among otherwise critical thinkers, religion seems to be more or an emotional appendage than anything else. Trying to use reason to talk someone out of their religion seems as futile and incendiary as trying to logically convince someone they've married the wrong person. But I
Wouldn't it be Nice if......People followed these "rules"?Wouldn't it be Nice if...3 years ago in Philosophical More Like This
1)Opinions should be backed up by facts.
2) Do not take every single opinion as a personal attack. I very doubt you will ever find a person with the exact same views as you.
3) Have a realistic outlook on life. Don't be over-over-over pessimistic, but whatever the fuck you do, being a bubbly optimist can make you pretty useless.
4) Don't say things you are unsure of like it's muscle memory. You'll look extremely ignorant when someone calls out your bullshit.
5) Learn about the Dunning-Kruger effect. If you think you are great at something, and people on a credible level criticize you and pretty much tell you it's shit, you're most likely not as good as you thought you were.
6) To prove you are a mature person, don't say "I am mature; you are not." It has the opposite effect.
7) Use proper grammar. If you abbreviate some things like "assoc." for "association," that's fine. But please don't type/write to me like you just learned the alphabet and is compl
Little ThingsThere were little things about Dave that really stuck out to you when you two became official.Little Things4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
First off, he's extremely possessive. It cute sometimes, whenever he sneaks his hand into yours when he catches someone looking or how he slips an arm around your waist when you're approached by someone new. Of course, it can be annoying too, like when you have to meet Karkat in the morning and Dave turns off your alarm so you sleep in with him. And he always leaves marks in the most obvious of places where it'd be impossible to hide. He once even kissed your cheek with no-smudge lipstick so it wouldn't come off for the rest of the day.
Secondly, he loves physical contact. Rose says it's because he got very little love as a child, but you think it kind of ties in with his possessiveness. In public or alone, he always like to at least keep the smallest of contact between fingers brushing against each other, or feet nudging together. And sometimes (read: most of the time) he prefers to drape hi
An Idiot's Point Of View pt 2Chapter 4: Has anyone else noticed that news kind of sounds like noose?An Idiot's Point Of View pt 24 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
This chapter is going to be tackling two things at once, so let me start with a small event that has happened in my neighborhood a while back. A couple of years ago (I think it was in 2009) A house near mine's burned to the ground while I was at school. Thankfully, no one was hurt and the surrounding houses were basically unharmed (But a couple of animals in said burned house were killed). Anyways when I got back from school, I noticed a family crying in front of their destroyed house. Now here comes the local news van here to get the scoop. They immediately start interviewing the crying family including their shocked daughter, who looks like she's under the age of 10. And mid-interview they ask her "Did you know your pet's died in the fire?", and it immediately got the reaction they wanted: more tears, cause apparently that makes for good TV. And that's just the start of this soap opera-esque load of crap.
An Idiot's point of view. (The following series of rants is outdated, ignorant and made for comedy purposes.)An Idiot's point of view.4 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Now listen here, before you go ahead and leap into this book, you might as well know a little about the author, and why I wrote this. Well, I'll start with this: The only reason this large piece of text exist is because of a joke me and a couple of other teenagers made on the account that so many idiots have gotten their books published, I just need to walk to a local publisher to make some instant money. This book has had no planning, no first thoughts, and it was written by a bored 8th grader. Nevertheless, I put as much effort in the... maybe 3 to 5 weeks it took to write this (I have no idea how long it took me to write this, in fact you're just reading the first few things I typed up in WordPad). Now how shall I describe myself? Well, think of this: Do you know about those teenaged hipsters/hippies you see almost every week who get high and protest about political crap th