lunacy

October 6th, 2013 | 82 Entries

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82 Entries for “lunacy”

  1. I can’t sleep because of lunacy. I wake up in fear I think it’s a mid life crisis at the ripe old age of 33. Can’t breathe too much worry to much weight on me to be better. So many questions unanswered.

    By amber on 10.07.2013

  2. It crept into the corners of her eyes, hugged her head until it fell beneath the heaviness, and then curdled around her wilted remains like a loyal companion. Lunacy loved her, and for that she was lost.

    By L. A. Smith URL on 10.07.2013

  3. the word lunacy means very good .how to react with other people
    my name is rasul attar.i am studied in PCCOE

    By rasul on 10.07.2013

  4. how crazy that person was to think they could rule the world, total lunacy. Would you believe that they were once the kings daughter? full of pride and self loathing, but wanting to rule the world and make it a better place all at once. total lunacy. but it is the daughter who shows us how happiness can make the world a better place, and perhaps having a lunatic as a ruler would not be a bad thing after all. how often in history do people get it right? once the king resigns from the throne I am sure lelia will make a perfect queen and show that luncay can get you places and she will rule the world and make it a happier place

    By hayleigh on 10.07.2013

  5. Just a state of mind. A subjective view held by others to justify their own way of thinking. More commonly a collective term most aptly used to describe the actions of governments, organised religions and other tools of authority. Bunny rabbit…..

    By simple simon URL on 10.07.2013

  6. You think you can retreat into a world of logic, a safe haven from lunacy. But how many mathematicians have closed their doors on their havens, only to come out insane?

    It’s not a haven, it’s just a different world. It’s not safe, it’s full of cliffs and quicksand. You just think it’s logical, because you don’t see it.

    Can you show me?

    I know your personality. Once you find that magic wardrobe, you can’t ignore it. Are you sure?

    Ooh, now you have got to tell me.

    (He picks up a piece of chalk and turns to the board.) A piece of chalk is like a wand. It helps you to start with, but really, the magic is all in your head.

    By Holden URL on 10.07.2013

  7. He didn’t need the moon to appear full and bright to turn him absolutely crazy. He didn’t need truckloads of alcohol, drugs, or whatever kids got addicted on to make him completely inarticulate. No. There were days when he just was, and there were days when he wasn’t. Mostly, it was on the days that rained, when he was alone, cold, his eyes screwed shut and himself shivering and scared, haunted by his past and the demons that came with it.

    By Nyx URL on 10.07.2013

  8. She wore her shirts inside out and waited for popcorn outside the library where she used to work . Once a champion at crosswords, she now tore up newspapers and burnt them to keep herself awake. The day he left, her dictionary had come to a standstill at Love. It never made it to Lunacy.

    By Somdutta URL on 10.07.2013

  9. Words have power. Clearly. Without them, I wouldn’t be sinking into this kind of insanity that only my thoughts – the endless string of words-turned-into-pictures running through my mind – can pull me into.

    By Nyx URL on 10.07.2013

  10. Some might think this is synonymous with ridiculousness, or even being ever so slightly mental. I think it’s to do with the moon. Which may or may not be the same thing. But I prefer to focus on the shinier side.

    By Bekah URL on 10.07.2013

  11. Disaster is precise. Problems have flavours. Sanity is a bright, white sun. It blinds most of us with how perfect it is. We get to watch and stare and flinch away, while whole, glowing people look down and say, well, why not just turn on the light?

    By genahtastic URL on 10.07.2013

  12. It is pure lunacy to go out with a man who does not respect and care for you. It will only end in heartbreak for you. Better to cut the ties before they become thick tentacles around your wrists.

    By Tracey URL on 10.07.2013

  13. I do not know the definition of this word. Lunacy. If I had to make a guess, I would say it has something to do with the moon as “luna” in latin means moon. Though I know not the definition, the word itself is quite beautiful to look at. Lunacy. How quaint.

    By Lauren URL on 10.07.2013

  14. sometimes i feel just like the moon
    am i too close to this body of water and land
    why cant i move away and find something
    else to do

    am i insane or do i constantly do everything
    all over and over
    i find myself repeating things, is this dejavu
    or just a disorder

    am i the moon or just a loser

    By Lola URL on 10.07.2013

  15. sometimes i feel just like the moon
    am i too close to this body of water and land
    why cant i move away and find something
    else to do

    am i insane or do i constantly do everything
    all over and over

    i find myself repeating things, is this dejavu
    or just a disorder

    am i the moon or just a loner

    By Lola URL on 10.07.2013

  16. it was nuts. people were hanging out of the windows, waving banners, singing songs – each, it seemed, one of their own making. confetti was everywhere

    By Lee URL on 10.07.2013

  17. Baby birds in nests of lunacy; a breach of peace in the walls behind the castle. She tears her hair and makes heart-shaped brooches for all to wear. Red and wiry and singing of the days when she was an egg, blue-speckled and all. They wear them to the councilor’s meeting and ask with silent eyes when this time will be over.

    By RS Bohn URL on 10.07.2013

  18. LUNACY LUNACY LUNACY I STAYED UP all night and watched the moon there were clouds flying in front of her she didn”t mind she knew they were just passing by is the moon a she or it?

    By Teo on 10.07.2013

  19. my mind is not here
    it’s somewhere else
    somewhere faraway
    where are you?
    i’m still waiting
    for you, who left without looking back
    from this place, from me
    and here i am, staring at the wall
    like a madman, i’m crying
    because you’re gone

    By Moonburi URL on 10.07.2013

  20. in my dream, i see things that you never see anywhere. i go places that no man could ever go. i do things that humans can only imagine in their lives. in my dream, i am alive. so i keep dreaming until my dreams become reality.

    By Karen Michelle Victoriano URL on 10.07.2013

  21. this blog must be crazy, asking me to write about lunacy over and over again
    can i get another word, please
    i’m not very fond of thinking how to describe crazy
    my plate is already full
    my life is already a lunacy
    trapped by my own incoherent fallacies
    let me drown in any of the seven seas
    as if any would take me
    i’m sure even the waves will not want me

    By Moonburi URL on 10.07.2013

  22. People who use their phones, don’t indicate and hog the road are the epitome of sheer lunacy. Whatever happened to decent, respectful motorists?

    By Alexandra URL on 10.07.2013

  23. What exactly did they think would be the end result, anyway? The shambles of the world, simple fools drowning in their own lunacy; where was light? Where was order? Where was anything worth living for beyond chaos and caprice?

    He stared out over the plains below. It’s all such a damn mess, he thought. But I’m going to be the one who cleans it up.

    By Anthony StClair URL on 10.07.2013

  24. Lunacy . . . it happens to the best of us, to the people around us that used to be the best parts of us. That is all.

    By Kayla Pongrac URL on 10.07.2013

  25. The moon did it. It had to be the moon that took me out on the beach that late, where the waves were whipped into a frenzy and the creatures on the sand skittered across my bare feet. I wanted to dive into the waves, feel the cool water and swim across the sea in the moonlight. We all know where that kind of thinking leads though. It’s the ocean, not Disneyland.

    By Rose on 10.07.2013

  26. It’s lunacy trying to work this way. I haven’t got a plan but I fight making one, because then I’d feel like I’m stuck with that and something better may occur to me along the way. But I’m not making any progress without a plan. What to do, what to do?

    By mrsmig URL on 10.07.2013

  27. Null Ankle Ice
    Once loomed and spoofed
    by nasty Y-man.

    By Volodymyr Bilyk URL on 10.07.2013

  28. Lunacy makes me think of the lunar eclipse. I don’t actually know what it means so I’m writing about other stuff. I hate not knowing certain words, which is why I work so hard at my Latin and Greek stems.

    By jrusch URL on 10.07.2013

  29. I was standing there, and although the clouds were thick, the one little sliver of that silver crescent moon was shining through. I was in the middle of something beautiful and Judy walked up and interrupted. I can’t even spell it out now. How crazy!

    By Bryan URL on 10.07.2013

  30. He had been tripping over the baggage of life for many years now, and all that was left was a fall from grace and a split skull. The real tragedy, however, was that he had had no control over the events of his life. He was simply his mother’s son.

    By Kevin URL on 10.07.2013

  31. I’m perfectly sane.
    AND I DON’T UNDERSTAND WHY I’M IN HERE!
    The walls keep creaking,
    The floor keeps moving,
    Is this some sort of experiment,
    To convince me that I’m crazy?
    I’m not crazy
    I’m not crazy
    I’m not crazy
    I’m not crazy,
    I just see reality in a different way.
    Uniqueness is something we strive for.
    Isn’t it?
    This is garbage.

    By Siege URL on 10.07.2013

  32. person who knows what suits her the best

    By preeti on 10.07.2013

  33. Lunacy is all over the press at the moment. “Mental patients” are killing people left, right and centre. They’re a good source of fun in the Halloween costumes in multiple popular supermarkets. But they’re also real people with real emotions and experiences. Without knowing these people, don’t mock them.

    By Hayley on 10.07.2013

  34. There was lunacy in the air.
    Men would run in the streets screaming the names
    of women
    women they loved
    women who they adored
    they were lunatics
    filled to the brims of their cups
    with lunacy
    with love
    lunatic love.

    By Shelly on 10.07.2013

  35. who ARE lunatic? definitely leena is not. she live in asylum but know the darkest desire of the heart of the mankind and because she knew and because she knew everbody was sacred of her and send her to lunatic asylum

    By Shraboni on 10.07.2013

  36. is it lunacy as in related to the moon. I really don’t know what the word means. Please don’t judge me. I get lunacy and lunatic somewhat mixed up.

    By annon on 10.07.2013

  37. I have this crazy friend. He is a lunatic! He sits backwards in his chair, licks himself like a cat and he created his on alien language (so that he can communicate with the aliens when the take over the world in the year 3049).

    By A R on 10.07.2013

  38. The satrs somehow fall behind everything, just like their unfaithfulness to there own space, each individualy swells and burns with the hatered of each of our own darkness. That interacts within each of our personal habits, thus causing great lunacy.

    By eric URL on 10.07.2013

  39. in history, there’s only ever been
    one reason for
    the fluid definition of “insane”:

    we’d rather call someone crazy
    than attempt
    to understand their pain.

    By h. b. URL on 10.07.2013

  40. “How’d I let you talk me into this again?” I grunted out as we lugged the last bit of ‘equipment’ onto the roof.
    He laughed as he straightened up, cracking his back. “Please. Like I really had to talk you into it. All I did was mention that Kyra MIGHT come watch and-”
    “Alright, alright. I get it. My lunacy and yours just happened to coincide,” I huffed. “That’s all you had to say, you know,”
    He laughed again and I wondered vaguely if the satisfaction of pushing him off the roof it was worth hearing his gripe about it for the next six months.

    By S.C. Lovelace URL on 10.07.2013