I Can Hear YouI can hear you.More Like This
When you say we are incapable of empathy, I can hear you.
When you say we are a "burden", I can hear you.
When you claim to want the best for us, but won't let us tell you what the best really is, I can hear you.
When I read about children being electrocuted, restrained, and beaten, I can hear you.
When you say you want to "eradicate" us, I can hear you.
When I see an article about yet another murdered child, I can hear you. When I learn that no charges are being pressed, I can hear you. When I learn that charges were pressed, but the killer was acquitted, I can hear you. When I learn that the killer was convicted, but was given a slap on the wrist, I can hear you. When I find people expressing sympathy and support for the killer, I can hear you.
I hear you dismissing us dismissing me as defective, as abnormal, as less than human, not worthy of fair treatment, of compassion, of being loved.
I can hear you.
The Girl I Don't Know RPSoft smiles graced others including her features as she waved.She would wave 'Hállo' everday to everyone including you.You never caught her name all you know is you first met her in a coffee shop.It was raining,You hated when it rained.Then you first heard her voice say "You must learn to love the rain." She said in a soft tone.Before you said hello she waved and then got up from her seat and left.You see her everyday standing at the docks of her Islands,Her flag waving proud behind her.More Like This
I'm in love with a girl I don't know
I carry her with me wherever I go
I walk these streets with her name in my shadow
All for the girl I don't know
And flags are waving proudly in the air
And I'm selling flowers on the square
And the evening turns to watch tomorrow
All for the girl I don't know
Before we said hello
It was just another day
You must learn to love the rain
I said to the girl I don't know
And if she wonders tell her where I am
And then I am blindly finding my way through these lands
The Hobbit - Imagine: Meeting SmaugImagine sneaking into Erebor’s treasure keep and getting caught by Smaug. Instead of killing you, he decides to make you his treasure as well.More Like This
Quietly, trying not to make a sound, you walked through the halls of Erebor. The gold digging into your bulky hobbit feet as you walked over mountains of it.
How were you meant to find a stone in all of this? And better yet, how were you meant to stop a dragon from awakening? Yes. Hobbits were very light on their feet, but one slip and all this gold could come crashing down, definitely waking up the sleeping dragon.
Rubys. Emeralds. Diamonds. But no Arkenstone, just miles of gold and everything else valuable to the lives dwarves; hobbits, elves and men for that matter. You were pretty sure men from Laketown had tried to get inside Erebor just for its riches, and you remembered Thorin telling you how Thranduil yearned for his starlight gems.. or whatever they were. Surely he had sent elves to try and break in too.