Kai's poemRoses are redKai's poem in Scraps More Like This
Violets are blue
Why aren't violets violet
Can I have some milk
Missing papersThe printer kept missing its A4 papers. And it wasnt just anywhere around the house; it was specifically Ritas room. She knew who the suspect was, but she couldnt do anything about it.Missing papers in Scraps More Like This
Kai!!!! She screamed when she finally couldnt take it anymore.
I have a freaking essay due tomorrow and I need the paper now!!!
Rita loudly stomped out of her room and banged on Kais door. The door creaked open very slowly and only so slightly, and through that little gap was Kai peeking with his innocent eyes.
I need he said.
And I need it more. What the hell are you doing with all that paper anyway?
Uh write philosophies of life and death he said as his skinny fingers slowly slid out to the edge of the door.
That my ass. Give me the paper or else. I have to go freaking drive to the office store and buy new ones if you dont
Sorry children need of diagnosis he said.
A wise thingOne day I had an argument with someone who wouldn't listen to me.A wise thing in Scraps More Like This
The person keeps turning my words, and valid points didn't matter. Some people are just ignorant and unreasonable like that, as if they don't want to take the argument serious for the sake of letting them have the control of the talk.
And sometimes, they just can't comprehend my point, and wouldn't even try to.
If I'm nice to get some compromise, they don't catch the glimpse of it, or ignore it.
If I act like they do then things just get ridiculous.
Later for whatever reason, they always tend to insult me, or make general insulting remarks than to argue the argument.
If I tell them I won't bother with them anymore, they still say things anyway.
Feeling grumpy and all, I decided to ask Kai about what he would do in cases like this. I mean, arguments are good, but not when its not being fairly argued. I can be wrong, the opponent can be wrong, but we shouldn't be childish.
So I asked him, "tell me a wise