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The Final Stretch

Delight - Drown My Sorrow

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Delight - Drown My Sorrow

Delight (Drown My Sorrow) All I want in my life is to be happy So why do bad things continue to fall on me I try to be a good person to no avail I never thought that my karma would fail. So I'll drown my sorrow in my delight For I can feel no pain I'll keep on smiling day and night If it makes me insane I don't have time to be held down By suffering and plight And so I urge myself to drown My sorrow in delight People wonder how I can maintain my cool When all the forces around me treat me so cruel They ask me how I can manage to be so nice So I give them this piece of advice That I drown my sorrow in my delight For ignorance

The Day Your Luck Runs Out

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The Day Your Luck Runs Out

You're cheating me, you're cheating you But what's a guy supposed to do? The sign says stop; you try to go What we suggest, you just say no You're tempting fate, these escapades But little rebels have their ways Of cheating life; of cheating death Invincible? Don't hold your breath If I were you I'd be more careful with what I do Because the day your luck runs out Don't cry to me That you received no warning The day your luck runs out Is gonna be A bitter-tasting morning Hear the voices in your head Telling you to stay in bed The day your luck runs out You're skipping class, you're late for work You're never home, oh what

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Negative-Positive

Marie typed the letters and numbers into the computer: IB4E-08262009-318.  Unidentifiable by any normal means, but she had made note of the first four characters after the young man had left her office.  It was easy to remember, considering its coincidence with an old grammar addage.  She hit ENTER and away the computer went retrieving the ones and zeroes from some distant database to be translated into the test results. This was the young man who had come in two days earlier for a drug screening.  Justin was his name.  He had been a nice boy; a polite young man who had ended every sentence w
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The Day Your Luck Runs Out

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The Day Your Luck Runs Out

You're cheating me, you're cheating you But what's a guy supposed to do? The sign says stop; you try to go What we suggest, you just say no You're tempting fate, these escapades But little rebels have their ways Of cheating life; of cheating death Invincible? Don't hold your breath If I were you I'd be more careful with what I do Because the day your luck runs out Don't cry to me That you received no warning The day your luck runs out Is gonna be A bitter-tasting morning Hear the voices in your head Telling you to stay in bed The day your luck runs out You're skipping class, you're late for work You're never home, oh what

Negative-Positive

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Negative-Positive

Marie typed the letters and numbers into the computer: IB4E-08262009-318.  Unidentifiable by any normal means, but she had made note of the first four characters after the young man had left her office.  It was easy to remember, considering its coincidence with an old grammar addage.  She hit ENTER and away the computer went retrieving the ones and zeroes from some distant database to be translated into the test results. This was the young man who had come in two days earlier for a drug screening.  Justin was his name.  He had been a nice boy; a polite young man who had ended every sentence w
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Darryl, 28
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Jesus, what is this place? What year is it?...

You Know This Game By Now

You Know This Game By Now

I do still check in. From time to time. So for my annual journal entry: I have not created anything for art's sake in a long time. I have a full-time, paid internship, since August, developing web-based training for Kroger. Yeah, THAT Kroger. ;p How? Right place, right time. Isn't it always that way though? My God, I've become a responsible young man. Who saw that coming?

So... How Am I Doing?

So... How Am I Doing?

Well, dA has stepped up their game on those journals.  I could type right into the CSS... if, you know, I had that premium membership.  I'm glad it's run out, though, since I'm just not here anymore.  But I suppose that if there were no chance of me ever coming back here on a regular basis, I wouldn't even be posting this.  Maybe I miss this place.  Maybe I miss the times when I was actually creative and driven enough to post things here.  I've stopped writing altogether, save for the random lyrics I half-heartedly tell myself I'll turn into songs someday. But for the 1 or 2 of the folks around wondering if I'm still alive... I'm not. :noes:

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