Silence*Here is a poem I made I while back after learning about human traffickingMore Like This
Silence, the one thing everyone fears, to not be able to express their selves. We all take it for granted at one point, don't try to say otherwise. Many are stuck in a world of silence, they may be a stranger in a distant country or a relative near by, but one thing in common is that they're all human. I want to just throw my head and yell at the unfairness they face everyday, but I know that'll do no good alone. If others came and gather then we could do something about it, but they are still stuck in their own little worlds. I wish that I didn't know what was going on sometimes, but my thirst for answers is stronger than my cowardice. I am trapped in a somewhat prison of silence too, I can not speak everything on my mind since I can not find the right words for them and when I do no one understands them. That is why I speak better through writing or typing. My mind has thoughts which not many kids bothe
A Sequel to Frozen: Part One: Wedding PreparationMore Like This
I close my eyes and try to sleep. It doesn't work. The chill around me is not the frozen touch of my hand, it's the realization of what is coming to me. Of what the morrow will bring.
I'm happy for her, truly! And I have approved him, but it's going to change things and be lonely. Anna will be married and I'll be alone.
Sleep is no good, I slide out of bed and move to the curtained window. Slowly I draw back the shade. It's still dark outside and I breath deeply. I always knew she'd be first.
I try relax and to further this effort I let a spiral of pretty ice sail into the air. It just touches the ceiling above me and then softly glides down. I tap my bare foot lightly near it. The gleam of ice encircles my toes, it's cold, but I like it. It's soothing too! I tap lightly, feeling a rhythmic beat with the soft crunch of ice.
You are going away
But I know you'll stay
This is a mix of feeling, welling up inside
It can not burst out, held back by pride
I know this is what you want, it's go
Film Review #15 CinderellaCinderella (1950)More Like This
The story of Cinderella is perhaps one of the most famous throughout the world, even in ancient times with various versions of the characters and settings depending on the countries. In ancient Egypt, it was a slave girl from Greece named Rhodopis. Ye Xian was the China's version of Cinderella. As a child, my mother told me of the Vietnamese Cinderella story of Tấm Cám (although Tấm became the antagonist of the story by boiling her step-sister Cám and tricked her step-mother into eating her own daughter's remain.) Luckily, Walt Disney's Cinderella version in his 1950 film is the more kind-hearted one who loves to sing and dance with her animal friends while always looking on the bright side of life, especially when her step-mother and two step-sisters still treated her like a slave. After sixty-three years, this film still amazed its audiences worldwide and continue to contribut