October 11th, 2011 | 386 Entries

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386 Entries for “conviction”

  1. Who are you to tell me of my right or wrong doing? Were you there? Did you see me commit the crime? It’s just your stupid way of controlling me like you always have. I can’t bear to sustain your torment any longer.
    I hope you leave your lights on
    Because you’ll never be able to rest assured that the man you abandoned made sure you never needed to leave the light on to begin with.

    But how I miss you and the way you smelled.

    By Stevis McGreavis on 10.11.2011

  2. some people have to have conviction to be punished for a crime.

    By just582 URL on 10.11.2011

  3. Later, after he was free again (as if he ever really were) he would recall that time as a certain golden period of his life. Freedom had wrought heartache, cancer, destitution and diabetes – the end times seemed always just around the corner.

    By Bryan URL on 10.11.2011

  4. i can honestly say that i have never been convicted of anything…except falling for him. my best friends remind me everyday of how hard i fell for him….how fast he caught my heart…and how bad it is that i cannot let go…i’ve been convicted….convicted of nothing…but falling in love <3

    By singasongjusttosmile URL on 10.11.2011

  5. I would like to go through life with no convictions associated with my name. I surely hope this happens. If not, see ya in jail.

    By johken URL on 10.11.2011

  6. Crime, evil money fraud. Accusing one of something. Bad word. negative. Strength. Hard. Different. Difficult. Force.

    By Courtney URL on 10.11.2011

  7. My conviction on soul mates is this: They don’t have to be a lover. They can be your best friend, maybe not even that. The way I see it, a soul mate is a person who comes into your life for some amount of time (maybe even forever) and they change you. They make you want to be better. You want to do the best you can for this person, for yourself, because of them. You don’t know what you did without them, and you can’t imagine not having them around in the future. They mean everything to you. They are that other half.

    By J. on 10.11.2011

  8. no,
    i will not have you look at me
    like that.
    convicted i was,
    but you don’t have that right.
    you just don’t
    how do you know what’s going
    through this head of mine
    what’s going on, in this castle of
    utter nothingess
    you don’t know what it’s like
    and you don’t know how it feels
    and i know you think
    you know,
    but you don’t
    and that,
    that is final

    By Iffath URL on 10.11.2011

  9. it is with utter conviction that i can tell you i would wrestle a bear to protect my children. walk through fire, stand in front of a speeding bullet. i had no idea i could love like this.

    By Patti URL on 10.11.2011

  10. Conviction is a word that I don’t recall the meaning to at this exact moment but i’m sure I will remember what it means soon. I’m running out of time and things to say. sooooo um. yea conviction. Is a word that begins with the letter c.

    By Stephanie on 10.11.2011

  11. Even if you have no clue what you’re doing, you can usually get away with as long as you act and speak with conviction. Make mistakes with authority and few people will realize them for what they are.

    By YourFriendDave URL on 10.11.2011

  12. I wish I had more. But instead, I’m lost in and internal conflict that tears me apart. Maybe if I was more convicted of something, it would be less confusing.

    By Jazz on 10.11.2011

  13. It was a conviction for life. Mixed sentiments, thoughts, fears of life to come. I don’t know where I’ll end up, but I know I won’t be going anywhere special. What have I done? I was born to die. Conviction for life is what I have. I am sentenced to the eternal fire.

    By Marina on 10.11.2011

  14. A person leaves a city because he/she isn’t wanted for an alleged crime. He/she cannot go back to society because of their past. Unlikely events follow in their redemption. They can’t find themselves among the chaos.

    By Cassandra Kaiser on 10.11.2011

  15. He was convicted and sent to jail for fourteen years – though with the corruption in the goverment, he would most likely be let out in four years insted.

    By Erina URL on 10.11.2011

  16. We sat there, not looking at each other whatsoever.
    “So…,” I attempted to make conversation.
    “If we wanna get this project done, we’re gonna have to work together and get along,” he finally said. I couldn’t agree more. I wanted to get along with Anthony, I really did, he just couldn’t find it in his heart to let it happen.
    “Well, I’m sorry. About everything. I know what I did to you was wrong and I at least should have done it differently. Even if you don’t believe me, I want you to know that I do feel horrible about it and I am sorry,” I confessed.
    No conviction. No caring. No nothing.
    All I got was, “You said that before…”
    “I know,” I told him, “I just am sorry. Weather you beleive it or not, I want you to know that.” And I walked away.

    By Paige Noel URL on 10.11.2011

  17. i don’t know what a conviction is so i don’t kn

    By artist URL on 10.11.2011

  18. The word conviction is a weird word. It is something when you get in trouble.

    By asdfghjfarr12345 URL on 10.11.2011

  19. Conviction: I believethe first peron to introduce me to the concept of a conviction was myfriend, my dear dear friend Nicole, a.k.a Number 2. She has enlightened me to my inner self so much that it scares me to think of who and where I would be if her and i had never met, if I hadn’t been brave enough after all to talk to her at school that one day. I have a few convictions, though I’m still unsure to this day if I actually use the word correctly. But one of my convictions is to keep dreaming, and to remain hopeful in the idea of the world becoming a better place, to believe that in spite of primitive ways of previously lived lives, human beings can become better and more open-minded people who don’t have to tear eachother down and take away from eachother in order to gain in their lives. One of my main convictions is always believing that passive mental revolution is possible for everyone, and that we were put on this earth as a species to build eachother up, and to build ourselves up based on what we can mentally and personally gain from others.

    By Ashley Jackson URL on 10.11.2011

  20. What is conviction ????????????????????? In the spanish dictionary by joey from the black

    By cbfan16 URL on 10.11.2011

  21. conviction conviction conviction convicted of a crime conviction is important

    By Rixaw URL on 10.11.2011

  22. A crime, and a strong belief

    By beau URL on 10.11.2011

  23. sreving time in

    By fire-soul URL on 10.11.2011

  24. you are conviction for hitting a kid with your car!!!:O

    By da bomb;) URL on 10.11.2011

  25. I’m not sure what conviction means..??? he has been convicted for murder! she has a conviction to her friend

    By fishyy URL on 10.11.2011

  26. The thing someone is convinced of.

    By KkateB URL on 10.11.2011

  27. my naibor was convictied as a merderor
    and is now in jail


  28. A person in a prison is considered to be convicted of doing something… I think… ://

    By jacque URL on 10.11.2011

  29. We have a convention that education is in the US.

    By Trev URL on 10.11.2011

  30. his conviction was to be a basketball player.Joey had a conviction to be a football player.Billy had a conviction to be a baseball player.

    By Cmuncy URL on 10.11.2011

  31. have you ever had a conviction a conviction is a very strong word most kids or students dont use such big words as conviction until they get older because most kids dont understand the meaning of conviction. Do you no what conviction mean? If so when did you learn it ? What does conviction mean to you?

    By julia URL on 10.11.2011

  32. To convict is to condemn, to have conviction is to succeed. curiouser and curiouser. Sometimes all a body has left to themselves is the strength of their conviction.

    By Jill URL on 10.11.2011

  33. Conviction conviction conviction conviction conviction conviction conviction conviction conviction conviction

    By tatertot URL on 10.11.2011

  34. Pledging ahead. Resolve. Endurance. But also risking accusal. Accusal of going beyond your ways and means. Having to serve a sentence of selling out. Believing in and being bereft. Black and white striped dreams forging ahead. I’m guilty of dreaming, I’ll serve my sentence in this isolated space of those who choose wonder over reality.

    By siobhan347 URL on 10.11.2011

  35. Every person in the world has something that’s important to them. Something that inspires them to attempt to bring about a change in that something whether they think about it or not. This is conviction.

    By Saucy URL on 10.11.2011

  36. they said that with so much conviction, but they really don’t know. He is good and loving and helpful.

    By Melia/Aj URL on 10.11.2011

  37. A pang striked her chest. She knew good and well that what she was about to do was not for the best.

    But the best way was hard, so hard. . .she didn’t know if she’d get through it. She been through all this many times with herself. But the not best way was so easy, perhaps it could buy her some time. . .that’s what she would tell her self. Then she would do the right thing — really. Just as soon as this was done.

    In she went. The pang did not strike again.

    By Mildred URL on 10.11.2011

  38. c is for cats who like to party
    o is for on top of the house
    n- never will they stop
    v-visious snakes ate them now
    i-intensivily owners look for them
    c-cats are dead now
    t-time to go to bed
    i-if you can stop crying
    o-over the clouds they float to heaven
    n-not a place where snakes that eat cats will ever go

    By Amanda on 10.11.2011

  39. Conviction. Hmmmmmmm. What is conviction, anyway? Is it something somebody does? Or does one convict one’s conscience? I really don’t know… :( But I will say that I love oneword! Haha… :P



    By Amanda URL on 10.11.2011

  40. I suppose, in my short life of confusing turns of events, I have been convicted of one crime that had hurt so many people. No, I did not rob a store. No, I did not kill a man with a beautiful family. I killed my best friend’s heart, and fell in love with him. And sooner or later, my heart had hung itself when that same man left me.

    Love is an awful thing, is it not?

    By Amberlynn on 10.11.2011