# half

August 21st, 2012 | 540 Entries

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### 540 Entries for “half”

1. Half of what I am about to say will never be finished. It is simply
that way people become con
and somewh trying to dec
it can really be quite annoy .

By Tim URL on 08.21.2012

2. half is something that I don’t like feeling. I always feel like it means less than. Less than perfect, less than desirable, less loved. Half hearted, half naked, half joking…these are thing I detest being. Especially half naked, fucking doughnut addiction.

3. I have submitted this one 900 times. Maybe half that much. But it’s been a lot. Sorry for the boring update. but keep in mind that you are not half loved. I love you two halves. That’s right, that makes a whole.

4. half of a pie half of a cake you don’t need full when you’re out on a date. half full or half empty? doesn’t really matter. just finish your drank! I’m not sure what half reminds me of. its a funny word to look at.

5. The fact that one can not be whole unless they have both halves can be a devastating reality for some. Yet some can survive without both halves.

By L on 08.21.2012

6. I only had half a brain when I met you. The other half was somewhere else. Probably on an island. Thanks to you it has come back now. Thank you for that. Half a dollar and half a brain…maybe I’ll get somewhere. Maybe I’ll get half way there.

7. well one half of me is here inside of myself, but the other half is with you. its just so hard, because i don’t feel like myself a’l the way. obviously something is missing. I’m missing. you’re missing.
I’m missing you.
A lot,
and it sucks,
but it’s okay because it makes those moments when we reunite that much better.
Like a sunburst inside of myself, I cant help but smile when i see your face. every. single. time.
because i know you’re my other half. together, we can do anything. we can be anything. we are infinite.

By crys on 08.21.2012

8. “You can have half,” she said, breaking it in two. I kept my half faithfully, making sure that it was never out of sight. But she treated her half like it was nothing, throwing it around until cracks appeared in the surface. And when she met him and realised how important it was, it was too late. It had already been shattered into a million pieces.

9. better half, i dont think is fair for a human being to be just the half of someone,i dont like the idea of being incomplete, i think that we just need to find our better match…

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By avery on 08.21.2012

11. Only half of the day had passed and the canoe continued to glide silently through the river, the mangrove trees reaching out a welcome as they passed. The silence of the river was what bothered them the most and the two of them kept their eyes glued for trouble that might come from beneath them in the dark waters or out from under the foliage that lined the riverbanks.

By Cim URL on 08.21.2012

12. half a life, half anything. being half alive is the worst part, you’re alive, but not in your head. you have no thoughts, no proper ones to actually be living. I feel dead a lot of the time, by myself, sitting, watching, waiting and everything else. half a piece of fruit so broken, broken into pieces.

13. There’s a hunger inside of her, and when he buys her ice cream, it’s not enough. She sits and rubs her belly and whispers something — something, because what remains is the other ____. He focusses on success and keeping that glass floor nice and steady, polished clean enough to walk through, almost, and she focusses on wishing and waiting for what he doesn’t know he needs to give her, inside.

14. He is sitting across the room from me.
He is in the ocean with the rain in his hair.
He is sitting in his car, laughing at my jokes.
Laying on my floor.
My pillow.
He wriggles his fingers along the railing and they brush over mine.

15. There were tear stains across his wrists.
My other half sat in the corner, face hidden in his hands, eyes weeping songs of sadness.
He clung to my shoulders like a life raft and we sailing through the storm of his blood until he fell asleep in my lap and I was crying, too.

By Dex on 08.21.2012

16. Half a moon ago (which I have always thought was a weird way to talk about time) a girl looked up at the stars and wished for better things. She didn’t get them. Every night since she looks up and wishes for better or a least more decent things. She never gets them. She never will as long as she does nothing but sit and wish upon a star.

17. Half is only half within a whole. People don’t think about halves on their own. They think about half&half like coffee but even then there is an implication that something whole will come of it in their morning fucking coffee. Get a life. You cannot find your other half. What, were you incomplete before you met them then? Half can be half and be good enough.

By Robin on 08.21.2012

18. half a day went by and i still can’t think of a way to love my family. everyone hates me . that is my belief. i want to be acknowledged.

By emma on 08.21.2012

19. Half a moon ago (which I have always thought was a weird way to talk about time) a girl looked up at the stars and wished for better things. She didn’t get them. Every night since she looks up and wishes for better or a least more decent things. She never gets them. She never will as long as she does nothing but sit and wish upon a star.

20. Half a heart, I began with only half at the start. I had nothing ot give again – nothing to give only me to mend. I told him I am half, no longer whole, and to heal is my only goal. I cannot your love take or give, only survive, only live.

By Blaire on 08.21.2012

21. Half of what? getting half of anything or giving half of something is just bull crap. give 100% all the time! don’t half ass it just get out there and do it, or don’t do it at all. I mean really people I’ll just give you half a sentence and see how you feel. I mean

22. half away from you
half is my heart to you
half is my presence
half is you

23. To think that I will never see a poem as lovely as a tree. How did that go? I think that’s half right. She was always saying it. She would say it and then say her mom was always saying it. To think that I will never see a poem as lovely as a tree, for in the summer. I don’t remember. Something about boughs. I think. I remember her surprise when I told her it was a man. A man? Trees by Joyce Kilmer? A man? I found out at work. A man named Rodney gave me his book. Rodney was a recovering alcoholic, late sixties, hated how I went to a state school. Said I had to get out of that dump. He had daughters they’d all moved away. He got to work at five in the morning. He started early so he could get out early. They let him do that. He used to be a drunk. Supposedly that discipline was better for him. He gave me a book by Joyce Kilmer, a book about Irish sailing vessels, and a CD by a very beautiful opera singer who graced the cover of her CD in nothing more than a shear scarf and long blonde ringlets of hair.

By Meg on 08.21.2012

24. Half full? Half empty? Half sugar. Half air? Honestly, half of what? I don’t even know. Half a calf as it’s coming out of it’s mother’s womb? Too much? But what I’m writing… is more than half question.

25. half of a day has gone by. I have no idea where the time has gone. Why don’t I try to go out more? So as I think about this type of stuff I also wonder why I just see that I get distracted and work hard in my own way. so yeah, half a day has gone by.

26. i got nothing.

27. I used to be to halfs of a whole. Now I am just one half. Half of a family. Half of a couple and half of a marriage that has fallen apart. It feels weird when your other half isnt there to be with you and it gets lonely being just one half.

By Sarah on 08.21.2012

28. when i want to share i always give the bigger half unless its something very tasty, then i take the bigger one :) people only know half of me, i keep the other half saved for the person that can take down all my walls.

29. half full
half empty
we can never be sure what the vessel truly holds
for it is up to the perceiver to behold

30. half a dozen means six. My brother is three and half year younger than me. Half of my books are unread by me. I had three and half almonds in the morning.half is one of two equal parts.

By swati on 08.21.2012

31. We had scrutinized the half moon above on our first date and laughed at how starkly unrealistic it looked, bluntly split exactly in half. It was probably the most prosaic moon I’ve ever seen, this leftover, half-eaten cookie. A broken porcelain disk out of place. It was superfluous to an elegant arch, but hollowed to an ample full moon. Relationships, like the moon, are always apt to be idealized.Tonight the moon is the same, just as starkly realistic, but I no longer have anyone to affront it with.

By Kat URL on 08.21.2012

32. half of everything in this world is to trick you from the reality that we are all going to die. since no one has every been there and we have nothing it makes us scared.

By rachel on 08.21.2012

33. I have half. Half a soul, half a book, and half a body. It consumes you, having only half of the only thing that’s yours.

34. I only have half a heart. Parts of it were taken from friends, family, other kinds of loved ones with not-so-distinct names. I have been left with only half of the original heart i was born with. I’ve made do, lived my life, half loved other whole hearts with my half heart. This half heart is the part of myself that I hate the most. Some people hate their eyes, or their body or maybe their intelligence (lack thereof). But I hate my inability to love wholly and unselfishly.

35. half is nothng…one can take half as positive. n anothr one nege\ative..like a glass is half full n half empty like our life….

36. Half measures equals to Half the results! I choose to live life to the fullest, therefore, HALF is…just that. (Do things half way and you can only expect to receive half the results)
Living and experiencing half of what lffe has to offer is…well…maybe ok for you…but completely unacceptable for me!

37. my other half. that phrase seems so condescending. so dependent. all of the things I never wanted to be. but you, you feel like my other half. a moment is never complete unless you’re there to witness it. to laugh or smile or cry with me. you’re my other half. and I can’t live life without you.

By Kam URL on 08.21.2012

38. half part is me .. half part is you …
we are also half a dream away for making us whole – i love you!

By noway on 08.21.2012

39. Half of me, of my heart is moving away. I can’t stand it. Mel, my best friend since 2nd grade is moving across country and there’s nothing I can do but me happy for her. It hurts so much losing half of me.

40. Scared of the thoughts of you’re past, the half hearted feelings die out like the love of what used to be. I never planned to carry on, but after all. Only half of my heart was killed by a heartless fool. Half alive, but still breathing.