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December 2nd, 2012 | 349 Entries

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349 Entries for “object”

  1. An object can be anything. It can be a figment of your imagination. It could be the object of your desire. It can an object of deterrence. It could be fear. It could be love. An object is inherently meaningless is whatever meaning it has is projected by your the perceiver.

    By Charlie on 12.03.2012

  2. lamp. side. dark room now, she screams. her husband has tinnitus. her son pissed himself already. she’s hiding, after that scream it seems pointless. they took nana’s picture. her boy stinks of urine in the cupboard under the sink. her husband holds his hands out, away from the shot gun. object.

    By mrcomatose URL on 12.03.2012

  3. there are things that we cannot understand about this world, but the only thing for sure, we are here, given with enough time in order for us to decipher it.

    By Israel on 12.03.2012

  4. The object of my desire was never clear. I was never made of glass, but rather polished stone, so finely made that you might think it wasn’t. In fact I never knew myself as well as he did, and I’ll never know how it was that he did. “Some things are better left unknown,” they say. Perhaps in this instance I will agree.

    By La Lune URL on 12.03.2012

  5. this is the purpose of my being. it is small and large at the same time. it rejects my ideas sometimes but also contains them. it is part of my desire and also something i must lose in order to accept value.

    By rachel on 12.03.2012

  6. An object can be many things. A physical object, an object of affection, and object(ive).

    The world has prized objects for ages and ages. People have literally killed for objects such as the holy grail (as featured in the biographical drama Indiana Jones films).

    By Andy URL on 12.03.2012

  7. The glistening droplets stained the object as Sara looked down at the ornament. Patterns filled with mysteries carved into it. History unfolded.

    By Thean Xiao Yen URL on 12.03.2012

  8. The object is finite. It sits by itself, waiting for someone to pick it up. The object has feelings. The object is negligible. The object is black and white. The object is alone. The object is alive. The object is a life. The object is ignored, the object is never chosen. There are too many objects in the world.

    By Cheryl on 12.03.2012

  9. The object appeared in the eastern sky one morning, and since then all type of reason has been cast as to what it is and what is the cause for its appearance. What we do not want is for the people to fear because of all of the uncertainty that has occurred since that day .

    By victor URL on 12.03.2012

  10. An object. Just one. Can be such a simple thing. Or mean everything. So many might pass it by. To one it might stop the world from turning. What does it mean to you? Is it something to break your routine for? To take a risk for? To brave uncertainty for? Or is it just rubbish?

    By Emily on 12.03.2012

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    By f on 12.03.2012

  12. All objects are things,
    But not all things are objects,
    Some things just can’t be quantified,
    Like imagination or love or true intuition.
    But some would say that we need objects, but do we really only need things?

    By Brendan Stoneham on 12.03.2012

  13. the object of my desire was no object after all. for years i would buy objects, things, material treasures i found at flea markets, super markets, malls and retail outlets… until i realised that what i wanted could not be bought, held, found anywhere tangible…

    By helena URL on 12.03.2012

  14. A thing, that can be round or sqaure or any shape, something in front of you, tangible and physical. Or it could be a complaint, an obstacle, something to overcome, something to defeat.

    By Sara on 12.03.2012

  15. Everything is an object. Whether it be an inanimate object or otherwise. Life is full of them. We are objects but object to being called objects at times. What is life?

    By Sandy Malhi on 12.03.2012

  16. Often I feel that I am no longer a person, but an object like a window or a book. I know that I have thoughts and feelings and a beating heart, but these things seem secondary to my stationary transparency. It often seems that I am nothing more than a piece of scenery in someone else’s life. Even if people treat me as if I am a person, I do not treat myself as one. If I fall off a shelf or begin to crack around the edges, I do not hold myself lovingly or find someone to help fix me. Instead, I keep moving in some semblance of normalcy until my bruises grow more vivid or the crack reaches the center of me and I know that at any moment, I could shatter. I get mad at myself for always cracking; I think I should be unbreakable. I want to close shop and just lie on some backroom shelf in peace. I want to hold myself and be held simultaneously by someone who will treat me as the most important and valuable thing in their possession. I want to figure out what will turn me into a real person once more.

    By Jennifer URL on 12.03.2012

  17. I object! and in that moment, informed so thoroughly by Law and Order reruns, moving toward the judge at the podium with my arms raised in gesticulating protest, I objected so performatively as to leave no doubt that I was, in fact, not a lawyer.

    By trk URL on 12.03.2012

  18. The object was cool, smooth, and hard like it was made of stone. It sat on the table, looking harmless, looking like a paperweight. It had great potential, but only for one who knew how to harness it.

    By Amanda on 12.03.2012

  19. When you reach your arms around me
    To whisper in my ear
    I will not object.
    When you pick up my arm
    And weave your fingers through mine
    I will not object.
    When you look at me from across the room
    Unapologetic and adoring
    I will not object.
    Your attention is what I live for.

    By Kathryn URL on 12.03.2012

  20. drown and swim, choke and drown and swim again. treading water forever. who knows who knows, just how long i can hold my breath? let me try it. let me try for days, let me pretend that nothing is above that watery surface, let me ruin my chances. things getting smaller. lights. let me move. let me let me let me

    breathe.

    By genahtastic URL on 12.03.2012

  21. object is the instance of the class in every programming langiuage
    i initiate object by new keyword
    all objects have references can be accessed by typing dots

    By mr_zeroone on 12.03.2012

  22. object is the instance of the class in every programming language
    i initiate object by new keyword
    all objects have references can be accessed by typing dots

    By mr_zeroone on 12.03.2012

  23. The object was recovered from the bottom of the Indian Ocean, at a depth of over 11,000 feet. What was most surprising was that it was not wet.

    By tonykeyesjapan URL on 12.03.2012

  24. The son of an Irish king, wearing a dead man’s armor and assorted objets d’ violence, crouched in the turret cell. Lacking sufficient charm and good looks, he’d never seduce a chambermaid. And his father never, ever paid ransom. That left brawn or skill.

    The armor was about to belong to a dead man twice over.

    By RS Bohn URL on 12.03.2012

  25. In the hand, or springing from the mouth of someone who disagrees. “I object, sir!” “Objection!” Sounds so harsh, so argumentative, which it is. Now, the object in the hand, completely neutral, nothing to sway either way, friend or foe.

    By Ara URL on 12.03.2012

  26. There was no object to his love for the universe. He loved it and its inhabitants unconditionally.

    By Ragnhildur URL on 12.03.2012

  27. i love objects, i was thinking about objects and i have to say, weed is the most best favoritest object in the whole world. seriously, its a sexy herb with many things to go about with it. i love rap.

    By megan on 12.03.2012

  28. the objectof my desire??
    no- you may not inquire
    It might set you on fire
    cause i’ll throw you on the pire-

    By Aley URL on 12.03.2012

  29. The object in the room is very vivid. You can see it from a mile away. It is made of gold and silver, glinting in the morning light. I love this object, so does my mother. If I break it she will break me- VASE

    By Dominic on 12.03.2012

  30. I have a flying object in my back yard it looks like spaceship.

    By Rayanne URL on 12.03.2012

  31. The object was soft and flimsy as I held it in my arms.

    By Brayden URL on 12.03.2012

  32. I saw someone throw an object that looks like a book.

    By tylerw URL on 12.03.2012

  33. The object the man stuck into me was sliver with a point on it. I laid there cold i thought to myself am i dead until i felt somebody through me over their shoulder and run .

    By fox URL on 12.03.2012

  34. What is the objection to the object of your desire? Do you fear that it may linger? What about cause a fire? While nary a man, woman nor child could point a finger, snicker or stare – they could never object.

    By John Komarek on 12.03.2012

  35. THere was a strange object in the water:O

    By Sammi URL on 12.03.2012

  36. i dont like to see some objects

    By diamondsss URL on 12.03.2012

  37. i saw someone throw an object to a window..

    By rainbow URL on 12.03.2012

  38. He had found the object in the lake las week,but he had no clue the things it could to .

    By alejandrace URL on 12.03.2012

  39. The object the man stuck into my chest was silver with a point.I fell to the ground i was ice cold and i thought to my self am i dead. until i felt myself being thrown over a mans shoulder that then began to run.

    By fox URL on 12.03.2012

  40. Anything that has mass is an object.

    By anton URL on 12.03.2012