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I don’t know how I feel about wonder. it’s a bittersweet thing. THe primal urge in all of us to discover, to explore, to learn. Obviously, its beneficial. We learn and grow from it, but is it not also a horrible thing? Wonder leads to wars, disputes, and thats it.

» Posted By charlotte On 06.17.2011 @ 7:15 pm


i hate train stations in ireland. theyre horrible and old fashioned and i feel like i will miss my train always and that my parents and cousins are so much more worldly and prepared than i’ll ever be.
They buy me candy, usually. but it tastes weird over there.

» Posted By charlotte On 06.14.2011 @ 8:51 pm


there is a corner in the hut. the hut was blank, but there is a corner. a dark, deep corner that frightens me to look at.

» Posted By Charlotte On 06.08.2011 @ 4:36 pm


awful, horrible, disgusting, social suicide. Not worth looking at, reminds me of plain, clashes with everything, tacky, chavvy, tasteless. Boring, dull, burberry, pretentious

» Posted By Charlotte On 06.06.2011 @ 2:13 am


i rode in a limo once. at christmas. to see the lights of the city. the window tinting made it difficult, really, to see outside, but inside it was warm and cozy with my family, warm glasses of wine, and easy, comfortable laughter.

» Posted By Charlotte On 06.03.2011 @ 8:05 am


Blue, filled with everything a child would need, for school, sorry escape. The pistol was the heaviest item in there, surrounding by the frilly top her mother bought her that she hated, but had to wear for her birthday. The cyanide was easier to hide.

» Posted By Charlotte On 06.01.2011 @ 1:57 pm


old men with sideburns arent quite as scary as young ones. i suppose its because they are supposed to have them. or is that just me supposing? im not sure ask the men. im not one. or you could ask genetics or something. suppose? yes i suppose. we all suppose its genetics perhaps. suppose…

» Posted By Charlotte On 05.29.2011 @ 7:53 pm

You know, I remember that guy I met on the subway sporting sideburns on the subway. They were a bit careless, frivolously sticking out of his cheeks. I have no clue why he loved them, but could tell he was proud. So proud.

» Posted By Charlotte On 05.29.2011 @ 12:34 pm


fresh and tasty, a useful tool for smokers looking to hide their habit and couples leaning in for a kiss. Perfect in chocolate, especially hot chocolate.

» Posted By charlotte On 05.27.2011 @ 12:39 pm


we sat opposite one another. silently and awkward. a blind date going terribly wrong. I didnt want this to go on any longer but i had no idea what to say. my mouth would open but then close with out a word escaping from my lips.

» Posted By Charlotte On 05.24.2011 @ 11:12 am


the pain of the misery. The place that scares you. One person taking control, removing your power and making you feel small and incompetent. Not a good feeling. Something to avoid and a poetry of horror. Wrath.

» Posted By Charlotte On 05.21.2011 @ 3:30 pm


it was then that i left the kitchen, carrying a tray with fish in breadcrumbs on it, and decided to just dump it over his head. he wasn’t expecting me to serve him the food, so for a second he looked delighted.

i almost felt bad.

then i tipped it over him, and he swore, and he chased me out of the room, down the hallway, out onto the street.

» Posted By charlotte On 05.19.2011 @ 3:54 pm


I am always tempted by what looks good. I don’t think I just want. This temptation never seems to go away. I can’t help it. I’m stuck with this demond inside of me that tempts me. When will it go away?

» Posted By Charlotte On 05.17.2011 @ 11:52 am


Curiosity is rather silly

» Posted By charlotte On 05.16.2011 @ 8:46 pm


From birth we are all embedded with a natural sense of right and wrong. This sense of right and wrong is molded by your parents throughout the early stages of your life, helping you develop your morals. Some people grow up and disregard these morals, but others keep the same ones throughout their life.

» Posted By Charlotte On 05.08.2011 @ 2:04 pm


Eyeliner, used by women to accentuate their natural sparkles. Used by many men on Halloween to give them the sexy pirate look. Johnny Depp has never been more appealing than when his hair was braided and his eyes were outlined with a rugged style of eyeliner. It is undoubtably an essential in the make up bag. Eyeliner makes your eyes pop, be it exaggerated and bold or subtle and pretty.

» Posted By Charlotte On 05.06.2011 @ 4:20 am


it’s this awesome thing to put on your head and you can ride a motorcycle with it while eating a banana because that’s just how awesome it is. Don’t look back thought it might cause some mental disorders like getting bald and believing the bandana is your own hair, you can see this with dykes too. Dykes love to wear bandanas. If you wonder where the word came from it originated from the russian name ” svetlana” because they cut off her hair and made a wig out of it, but poor people couldn’t afford it so they invented the bandana.

» Posted By Charlotte On 05.02.2011 @ 1:33 pm


I had the socks on and I was ready to go. Bright pink florescent monsters. They would definitely keep me safe on the bike ride tonight. My village had been plagued by cyclists being run over, people had started to blame us. Now they had no excuse.

» Posted By Charlotte On 05.02.2011 @ 6:26 am


we were parked, it was summer and i remember my outfit; it was stupid and trying too hard, so obviously I was in high school – early high school (still drowning my confusion and sorrows in weird foods sodden with cream cheese) so i was a chub. the cars hit so smoothly, and our music was so loud, I hardly remember hearing it and barely saw it. but it happened 10 feet in front of us. we took the little girl from the back seat to the bathroom at our house 2 blocks away. the car was totalled, it was a farm car, nobody got hurt. the man driving the truck that hit them was the man my friend from 6th grade’s mom cheated on back in the day. the concept of infedilty was so modern to me at the time, i will never forget his face or the face of my friends mom.

» Posted By charlotte On 04.25.2011 @ 2:45 pm


difficult, confused, dazed, stuck, empty, at loss, momentary lapse, concerned, lost, torn, divided, blank,

» Posted By Charlotte On 04.25.2011 @ 7:31 am


science clothes vitamins purple the letter i the letter r the letter o the letter n element boring mineral work school good for bones silver hard strong workout pumpin

» Posted By charlotte On 04.23.2011 @ 9:43 pm


Packages. For as long as I can remember, I’ve been up to my ears in packages. Shipping this, labelling that, sorting out boxes that are as big as me, half of the time. And then there’s the styrofoam, always falling out, making a mess everywhere. Big, white chunks of the stuff all over the place.

» Posted By Charlotte On 04.23.2011 @ 3:43 am


A “gadget” refers to something technological and nowadays does have the connotation to entertain although may broadly be referring to any sort of appliance or device. Gadget shops tend to sell many different of appliances, all generally quite small with various purpose.

» Posted By Charlotte On 04.20.2011 @ 6:00 pm


Again with the words I don’t know what to day about. How about some nice adjectives?

» Posted By Charlotte On 04.19.2011 @ 5:57 pm


Acoustic guitars – singing men in parks holding them. stripped and naked. simple chords no electricity . natural. not as overbearing. self conscious and profound. often melancholy but sometimes cheerful and possibly hopeful. gives more soulful intepretation of music often angry. lovely.

» Posted By charlotte On 04.19.2011 @ 4:48 pm


reall men drink their whiskey straight that’s what my daddy always said. my momma too no w that i htink of it, real whiskey in real grown-up glassess sturdy affairs which may have dropped but seemed made of something more solid than wine glassess, i saw lots of wineglassess shattered but those whiskey glasses never broke, once my momma threw hers against the wall and it just fell bottom down.

» Posted By Charlotte On 04.17.2011 @ 4:18 pm


that fact that i don’t know what to right is severely troubling. like how is my mind so blank that it spits out useless words devoid of meaning

» Posted By charlotte On 04.13.2011 @ 6:51 pm


the dust settles atop it. No one knows exactly whats inside the shelf floats above the ideas as the exist but no one reads them. can they exist ever more if they are never processed how can they survive when they never breathe forever trapped within the chamber of the vinyled wood. We await to unlock the mysteries.

» Posted By charlotte On 04.11.2011 @ 8:48 pm

I wish I had more time to read books. Books can be amazing and carry you off into their adventures. When I was little, I remember a young kid broke both of his arms after he pulled his bookshelf on top of himself. It was scary. I never thought of bookshelves being dangerous at all.

» Posted By Charlotte On 04.11.2011 @ 3:14 pm


when you need to drink water like dry taste, hot throaty sore sweaty dry when its too hot weird taste on tounge sickness heat

» Posted By charlotte On 04.10.2011 @ 3:05 pm

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