The Dance of Inspiration
It began a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away. No wait, I think that’s Star Wars. Meh, maybe I should try being less sarcastic next time. It’s kind of a thing with me, seeing as I don’t really get a lot of visitors. Anyway, where was I? Oh yes, I was telling you about how it all started. How I ended up in this strange situation that you see before you. Actually, I haven’t even described the scene to you, have I? Well…imagine if you will, a burning ball of nuclear fusion better known to the inhabitants of Earth as the Sun. It’s big, bright and on it’s surface you have yours truly dancing away.
Into the Stars
she could peer through the stars, sifting through the sublime and ephemeral the shifting of the cosmos was the heart's blood of her existence; when the void was filled with the tears of her past, she would empty it, filling it once more with love because the moon was not as cold as it seemed the stars not as far away as portrayed, life not as overwhelming as it could be.
With the Stars Tonight
I wanted to be angry, When he took you away; I was crying when I asked him why, He wouldn't let you stay. But death's not a cruel and spiteful black, He's a cold, uncaring gray. I was sitting by your bedside, Our hearts in perfect sync, You tried so hard to stay with me; You tried too hard I think. Because life's not a strong, determined red, It's a sickly, fragile pink. Our friends are getting worried, But they haven't even seen; I never cry when they mention you, Never let it show, I mean. My pain's not a burning, choking orange, It's a pale, uncertain green. We used to watch the stars and sit, by their softly glowing light; Now I'm sitt
It is often said that tolerance is necessary in a free and democratic society, but there is considerable debate about what tolerance is. One standard is that tolerance means putting up with others and respecting their basic rights. Others regard this as insufficient, and consider almost any expression of negative attitudes on the basis of factors such as race or religion to be intolerant. The focus of this essay is religious tolerance. This is the form of tolerance that was most significant to the founders of the United States. It will become clear, however, that religious tolerance is not as special a case as it may at first seem. Religious
Will you ever love me as much as I've loved you? We went through so much together. We beat the hard knocks together We laughed together We played together as kids We did so much for each other Why did you turn away? You stopped walking my way And went your own way Could this be heaven or hell I could never tell If you actually loved me Or I'm just another crash dummy.