March 25th, 2011 | 160 Entries

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  1. She preferred an organized, structured routine to spontaneous living. Her classic, type A personality didn’t relish unexpected surprises

    By mommywrites URL on 03.25.2011

  2. She hated her structured life, being known what was going to happen to her from the time she opened her eyes in the morning until the time she shut them again at night. The absence of any chaos was the most painful thing, even more painful than the lashes she routinely received every noontime, just before she had her mid-day snack. Boredom burned more fiercely than a ruler across the knuckles.

    By Nona URL on 03.25.2011

  3. A house, a building, a field. Anything could be structured yet nothing can be totally structured. Humans can try to structure but is it really possible to place everything in a tiny box?

    By Phallus on 03.25.2011

  4. My life is not structured. Everything is a mess.

    By Michelle Blaser URL on 03.25.2011

  5. i build an architectural wonder, once up on a time. the palace for a princess, tangled amidst the classroom quiet. brick stone, steel concrete. hard and rigid it stood the test of time. a wall again all and everything.

    By mmmatta on 03.25.2011

  6. walls built up around me. straight lines guide me. no bend. no curve. no corner. no suprise. no fun. hop out and join the real world

    By megan URL on 03.25.2011

  7. its too much
    the blocks
    the stones
    brick by brick
    in mind
    its invisible, but all the same strong
    too high too scale
    too thick to call for help through
    too tall to see the end
    its too much

    By Gecka on 03.25.2011

  8. The day was supposed to be structured. Lisa didn’t know what to do with this chaos. Okay, pull it together, she thought. You WILL get through this day. As a substitute teacher, Lisa knew the students needed her to be in charge. She would not loose it without lesson plans.

    By Karen URL on 03.25.2011

  9. I need a structured life to be happy. I’ve discovered this over the course of time. I know that if I get any leeway I will be able to take advantage of it and will ultimately go overboard. I’m happy I know this, but sometimes it makes me unhappy since I get my panties in a bunch when i fall out.

    By Christine on 03.25.2011

  10. It would never work. He pressed the backspace key and deleted the idea. Now what? His life was a mess. She was gone. He could not pick up where he left off. It was unstructured, like a mosh pit of souls.

    By deanbobdotcom URL on 03.25.2011

  11. Whenever I go on trips with people, I NEED a structured schedule. I feel so out of control when I don’t know exactly what’s going on at all times.


    I OCD-edly went through our itinerary and highlighted various aspects. I can’t wait to say, “meals? Oh yeah that’s in red.” hehehehe

    By Jules URL on 03.25.2011

  12. I climbed over the bridge to find out how well the structure would hold. It didn’t, and when I fell, it was through centuries of pain and fear. I wasn’t sure what to make of the feeling, of the absolute turmoil I felt as I fell; I thought it must have been a dream. What else could have explained this? It’s not as though I was living inside an episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

    By June URL on 03.25.2011

  13. The body is structured in ways that one cannot even imagine. Gravity pulling down on every inch, yet the body pulling back. It was some sort of miracle… at least that’s what they were told.

    By Emma URL on 03.25.2011

  14. This paragraph won’t be structured because I’m expecting something more creative to pop out of my mind at any second, but it’s not happening. I go to oneword to write, but I’m never inspired. I miss the old days, but do I really?. Everything is so different now and I dont know what to think. I told you it wouldn’t be structured.

    By Avi URL on 03.25.2011

  15. structure my time is important– it comforts me. being spontaneous is wonderful but only to a certain extent

    By Stephanie URL on 03.25.2011

  16. a well structured family is where each & every member knows exactly what their duties for the common good are. they work as a team, as a single unit. they look out for each other, love each other.

    By teddy URL on 03.25.2011

  17. towers fall down and my life falls apart. Schedules fill and so does my mind. Daily. Constantly. I have come to learn that chaos is structure in its own, beautiful sense. Like a symphony that doesn’t quite hit that right note, I go about my life “put together” but am secretly hanging on by a thread and dreaming of trading my heels in for a worn pair of sneakers–and I love every minute of it. Secretly.

    By christina on 03.25.2011

  18. I’ve never lived a structured life, though I always yearned for one. Everyone I’ve met has complained of how their parents have them do chores, how they have so many rules and curfews, how they have to spend time with their family. I’ve never experienced this lifestyle. Instead, my whole life was about taking care of myself. I never helped out around the house, I never had to deal with any real rules, and I never spent any time with my family. I was free to do almost anything, and I hated it. I didn’t want freedom. I wanted a family. A real live family, like the ones I saw when I spent the night at other people’s houses.

    I still want a family, but I’ve given up on trying to make my blood relatives into something they’re not.

    By Ashley Flowers URL on 03.25.2011

  19. Inside we are all different. It’s something that makes us unique. I for example am totally weird. I mean, today I wore pajamas to school. Plus, I almost put a big bow on the top of my head behind my bangs. My friends don’t care though. They’re structured differently too. That’s the cool thing about friends. We’re different.

    By Elisa on 03.25.2011

  20. So i guess is the only word? How is this website structured? I’m so confused. Oh well, I have better things to do now. Bye to all the people writing about structure. I hope you get inspired. I’m inspired to build a structured house now. Which reminds me, I need an IB MYP personal project idea.

    By Elisa on 03.25.2011

  21. The carefully structured world was falling apart. Pieces were breaking, breaking and shattering into thousands of tiny pieces along the hardwood floor.
    They drifted through her outstretched fingers like water.
    With a cry, she reached for the falling world.
    She missed.
    And then it was gone.

    By Bella URL on 03.25.2011

  22. Hateful. Who needs it and who wants it? Not me. You’d think it’s a good thing, but it really isn’t. It takes all the fun and spontaneity out of life. I reject structure. But I am living in it. So what to do then? What options am I left with when the society we’re in needs it. Who needs it? Am I a closet Anarchist? Possibly.

    By nicole on 03.25.2011

  23. towers fall down and my life falls apart. Schedules fill and so does my mind. Daily. Constantly. I have come to learn that chaos is structure in its own, beautiful sense. Like a symphony that doesn’t quite hit that right note, I go about my life “put together” but am secretly hanging on by a thread and dreaming of trading my heels in for a worn pair of sneakers–and I love every minute of it. Secretly.

    By christina URL on 03.25.2011

  24. I structure my sentences with care, and they don’t make sense.

    Then I let my mind loose. I relax; I stop thinking; I write.

    Then, suddenly, on paper, I start understanding the chaos of my thoughts.

    By Margarita URL on 03.25.2011

  25. The structured structures structure structures.
    A man’s structured shoulders can structure structures.

    By Marianne URL on 03.25.2011

  26. The way we are all structured is totally separate from others. Individuals should be the word of the day. None of us are the same in any way. So be individual. Be structured.

    By Ryan16 URL on 03.25.2011

  27. when there is no structure, everything falls apart. things fall where they should not, people get hurt when they should not. if there is no backbone structure, there will not be survival.

    By lia URL on 03.25.2011

  28. She looked back on her life with a smiling face. She had planned it out from the beginning. It was structured and organized, like a filing cabinet of memories.

    By Sydney on 03.25.2011

  29. Like building silvery and stoney, grey and gleaming. They rise high into the blue, up and beyond. They’re boxing us in. Boxing us in. We’re stuck inside the structured moment of our lives. Do the dishes, fold the laundry, go to work, sleep. Repeat.

    By J.D. Davis URL on 03.25.2011

  30. The girl always desired a structured life. It never quite worked out that way. School, work, men. Life just got in the way.

    By StephaSniS on 03.25.2011

  31. Structured life
    has fallen apart
    Structured Plans
    have fallen behind
    The unexpected
    Killed Structure
    Along with a friends death
    Structure becomes impossible

    By Nix URL on 03.25.2011

  32. My bones are structured awkwardly.

    By Melissa URL on 03.25.2011

  33. A structured life is a fond memory. Nothing more. Structure is not something I can control anymore. I am a broken down, decrepit building. Put a For Sale sign upon my face and board me up for good.

    By Charlotte URL on 03.25.2011

  34. Love isn’t structured. Life isn’t structured. My mind isn’t structured to fit around this misery. Yeah, I messed up big time, but when I try to apologize and want to fix it, you tell me it doesn’t matter. Life isn’t structured. Love isn’t structured.

    By Kiko URL on 03.25.2011

  35. They say that it’s good to have a structured life, but what about spontaneity? What about walking off the beaten path, the road less traveled?
    Imagination, creativity?

    By Sabena on 03.25.2011

  36. this is what we should avoid. organization in our everday lives. we need to understand that things will unfold much better if we stop trying to control everything. life is meant to unravel or come apart in it’s own beautiful unruly way. let go, stop being paranoid that everything isn’t in your hands. breathe and just let it go.

    By shan URL on 03.25.2011

  37. I loved the metaphor of life as a sonnet. A sonnet is a very structured form of poetry, with a set number of lines and rhyming pattern. But within the rigid structure, there is freedom to write anything you wish. Life is very similar.

    By lil_nail URL on 03.25.2011

  38. The building fell onto itself. I couldn’t believe what I saw. The bricks crumbled down and crushed those beneath it. The structure had failed. The new world order had failed to create the perfect building that could house thousands and not take up any more room. A single tear fell from my eye. I really thought that this plan would work.

    By Phen on 03.25.2011

  39. The girl was structured about everything. From head to toe, her clothes were perfectly appropriate, her grades were perfect, her graceful movements… I was incredibly jealous.

    By pomme URL on 03.25.2011

  40. Structured? Not in the least bit. Do you have enough time to listen to me whine?

    By T1DSurfDad URL on 03.25.2011