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Just a phase.
She’s looking for attention.
To those that say words don’t hurt
They hurt, more than any bruise
Because they damage the heart.
To those who tell us to speak up
Who forget that we’re still gagged
Not by fraying rope or worn tape
But by cruelty and whispers and chains of paper rules.
To those who tell us the world’s changed
That all those people are ready for us
Ready for us to break free from our gags
Like a butterfly from its chrysalis
And fly on our rainbow wings.
We live in a circus world
A world of strong men
A world of lion tamers
A world of clowns
A world of dancers
But what about the freaks?
Yes, we’re still here
Standing in our dusty corners
While the world watches in hypocritical wonder
Their lips say that they don’t judge
But secretly they whisper
About the bearded lady
About the dog with two heads
It’s all made up, all an act
They’re different than us
Sewed with HolesPart 2More Like This
The nights without days changed everyday life for most ponies. Some of the ponies that we know and love, on the other hand, have issues too. Applejack's farm slowly died out. She lives with her two daughters Apple-tart and Apple branch. Half of her farm is gone and the few apples and crops that are still there isn't enough. Down at Sugar cube Corners, Mr. Cake Passed away, leading Mrs. Cake to end her life. There Children Pound Cake and Pumpkin Cake now run the shop with Pinkie Pie (Of Course). Sadly Pinkie Pie isn't as jumpy as she used to be when she was younger, now she is a bit more serious and spends her days baking and eating less sweets. Some of her hair's poof isn't as poofy. Rainbow Dash finally became a Wonderbolt, after many years. But since the current war, Rainbow Dash is fighting for Equestrias honor. Fluttershy remains at her cottage with Angel (Who is currently at the edge of death) and all of her other animals. Rarity remains at her boutique and is ma
R.I.P. TommyThere's going to be a drought of new deviations from me for a while. I'm completely and totally miserable because today during fifth period photography, there was an announcement on the loud speaker. The principal said, "This is an important announcement. We just received a phone call from one of our students' parents" (let's call him Tommy S) "and Mr. S said that Tommy had passed away this morning. So if we could just have a moment of silence..." And everything in the school just completely stopped. I could feel the sadness just welling up inside me. He wasn't even in my grade, he was the year above me and he'd died of Bone Cancer. I didn't even know him and I felt like crying. Then, next period was lunch and I was holding myself together pretty well, but once I saw so many people crying and with puffy red eyes, I just burst into tears. My friends were hugging me and trying to cheer me up and asking if I wanted to go to grief counselling and I said no. This happened four times withinMore Like This