Slender ManI was not always like this
This body isn't mine.
I changed when I was sent there-
My payment of his fine.
My arms, there's far too many.
My face has disappeared.
I've come to the conclusion
I'm something to be feared.
My woods are dark and lonely.
People come here sometimes.
They walk along the dark roads
Just taking their sweet time.
Often they find strange pictures
Of terrifying things
I attempt to help them but
I cannot stand their screams.
The static noise just follows,
They hear it, look, and run.
I guess my debt's been paid,
Because now I have no one.
Continuing His StepsContinuing His Steps6 years ago in Michael Jackson More Like This
Continuing His Steps: Remembering Michael Jackson
By Kitamu Latham-Sampier
There is hardly a person on the planet that hasn't heard of the name " Michael Jackson", but many views of this talent person have been tarnished. Due to tabloid magazines and false accusations, many see him as a monster or a freak. Because of this, some people haven't been able to see the truth. Michael was a brother, father, son, friend, singer, dancer, and actor. Michael donated millions to charity while becoming an ambassador of world peace. He loved his fans not just because they bought his music, but they listened to his words and made them reality. His music gave new energy to R&B. Hip Hop and even Rock; you see his influence in many top artists today. Michael may be gone, but his gift of song and dance is still being discovered by every new generation.
In his own words: Himself quoting Michelangelo.
"I know the creator will go, but his work survives.
That is why to escape death, I attempt to bind my soul
LGBTQ Questionnaire (HOORAY!)1. How long have you known you are part of the LGBT community?LGBTQ Questionnaire (HOORAY!)3 years ago in Miscellaneous More Like This
I suspected I was somewhat different by the age of four and again in my late elementary school years and it carried on in middle school. So, basically all my life.
2. Was it a struggle (emotionally) for you at the beginning?
YES, IT WAS!!! It was like fighting a war!!!! .....it was worth fighting for.
3. How did you start to discover your sexuality? (Example, thoughts, feelings ex)
Well I've had crushes as early as 5 years old...on both men and women.But at the time, there was no one to talk about it and I never knew it had a name. I didn't worry too much about it though. I was very carefree at that age. In middle school, I was confused because I got the notion that girls are supposed to be with boys and boys with girls, case closed. I was 20 when I realized my desires had a name.
4. What part of the LGBT community do you belong to? (Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, ex)
I go by pans