weathered

February 20th, 2013 | 275 Entries

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  1. The weathered rock sat in the sun
    No moss or lichen grew
    The weathered rock just sat and waited
    As the sun went down and out came the moon
    The weathered rock sat silently
    As the night faded by and by

    By Breezeway URL on 02.20.2013

  2. The bench was worn nearly through with the weight of all the people who had sat on it. Its wooden planks were scuffed, scarred from tiffs, fights, breakups, the force of human emotion.

    By Kris URL on 02.20.2013

  3. My body was weathered down to the bone. The pure whites of them could be seen. I was dead like so many others. Yet, I could not regret a single thing. Only wish I could go back and enjoy love. Yet, the chains of time consumed me.

    By Michelle Hill URL on 02.20.2013

  4. weathered is a term used to describe something that has tarnished or has aged in natural conditions. many materials and substances are subjected to weathering and erosion in the presence of their own natural conditions.

    By alex on 02.20.2013

  5. How do you weathered something?? i dont get it…. umm idk he told the weather so he weathered it? no thats not right…… gahhh i cant do this! ima just come back tomorrow for the next word

    By Esme ^.^ URL on 02.20.2013

  6. Torn, beaten, battered. Totally and utterly worn out. Nothing left in this world but to simply, soldier on. The man stumbled, weary and broken with little to no idea of where he was going. He saw ahead a worn out building. Wearily he crawled towards it, almost on all fours with the weight of the day upon his shoulders.

    By Luke A Buckingham URL on 02.20.2013

  7. weathered. Like my old, filled journals. Like my shoes that have been rained on. Like my heart when he was done with me.

    By Alana Duff on 02.20.2013

  8. the degraded result of matter over a period of time,

    The after effects of an object after weather has struck it

    By Aaron on 02.20.2013

  9. why weathered again!? i already wrote about this word. i don’t know what weathered means but i guess it has something to do with weather.. that’s what i wrote last time! i hope i don’t forget to research what this word means because i’m really curious now.

    By jimena URL on 02.20.2013

  10. The weathered light-house was sitting abandoned on the water front. The red and white stripes faded and worn, its light no longer worked and the door creaked in the wind. Many passed the light-house and did nothing, until Marie Lethni came and saw the weathered light-house saying: “It’s not the outside that counts, its the treasure within.” And walked through the door to find a treasure more special than gold, Love.

    By Saren-Dipety URL on 02.20.2013

  11. It seems very cold in Phoenix today. This is the same as it was in San Jose when Ileft yesterday, It seems like something is happening with the weather pattern in the US lately as we have recently seen with the recent hurricanes and storms. Therefore, the people are the victims of these weather patterns that keep changing voraciously. Is it global warming that everyone is referring to or is it just happenstance,

    By Thando on 02.20.2013

  12. I used to think of my heart as a battered thing. Worn by misuse and abuse. I was wrong. I sheltered my heart so effectively that it was still in it’s original plastic, still shines unscratched like a gemstone. He has been through heartbreak and pain and still he smiles and loves and forgives like nothing. A heart weathered and worn soft. I took a sledgehammer to my proud, stony heart the day I fell in love.

    By Kathy URL on 02.20.2013

  13. the degraded aftermath of many years of forces of nature affecting an object.

    By Aaron URL on 02.20.2013

  14. They say that weathered faces have the most interesting stories behind them. The number of wrinkles equals the amount experience in life a person has had. What about the smooth faces that have seen so much at an age too young?

    By ~ URL on 02.20.2013

  15. Sit down, the voice said.

    Weathered it was not, for it was the youthful mirth of a child that had issued the command. Now I will tell you a story and it goes like this. There are no heroes. There are no villains. Just a coin with two sides. And whichever way I drop it. Yes, you see. The way it lands determines their fates. All probability, all frequency, all nature, all nurture…do not trouble me about the occasionally unpredictable nature of individual will. It is an illusion made of arches and degrees. Flaws in the character to their more sparkling qualities, my coin sees it all. Now let’s flip it a few times to see how the story averages out. Would you care to make a wager on how it will end? If I win, I only require a year of your youth. If you win, you may have a year of my wisdom. Remember while I may sound like a child, you’d do well to consider the rate at which the house always wins.

    By Intuition URL on 02.20.2013

  16. Cape Cod houses. Gong clamming. Digging by hand on th shore. 100 year old boards and red paint. Horseshoe crabs in tidal pool.s Battles between hermit crabs over the best shells. Seaweed and salty sunburns. Weathered for a reason

    By momo on 02.20.2013

  17. Cold and old. Wearied, left out in the rain too long. Exposed to the sun for too many years. Homeless. Nomad. Sunless days. Soggy clothes. Feeling tired, worn down. Empty. Without a cause.

    By Mindy URL on 02.20.2013

  18. Theres a song that I really like by the band The Hotel Year. It is called weathered. Weathered makes me think of birds, trees, and grass. They are all weathered and pushed through time. Maybe the next time I listen to the song weathered, I’ll think of nature. Yes. Weathered birds and nature… audfhbjksnfklsa. Haha. WEATHERED. WEATHEREDDDDDD

    By Darcy on 02.20.2013

  19. The storm weathered the beach. The beach was worn away. Her soul felt the beating of the rain as the sand was washing out to sea. Her soul was weathered.

    By Momma O URL on 02.20.2013

  20. When I was a child, I had a toy army man. But ver time it began to decay and my dogs ate it. I grew to love it anyway.
    I loved my weathered army man.

    By Hanna Ribble on 02.20.2013

  21. weary, used, weathering heights, classical books, stormy, worn, beatened down, romanticized, loss of power, jaded, umbrella, large gothic mansion

    By Julia on 02.20.2013

  22. Weathered was the word. I thought about what I could write about. I thought of the sun and rain. Yet it still didn’t seem to fit. What does weathered even mean?

    By Nicole on 02.20.2013

  23. My whole body is numb.
    I want to fix the problems,
    fix his brain.
    I want to carve his neurons
    into computers,
    abiding my please
    of quieting his jokes
    and his antics.
    I want him to say
    “how was your day dear?”
    I want him to hold a conversation
    that doesn’t involve mocking
    or joking
    or anything.
    Just him.
    I want to drill his skull
    and rip out the half of his brain
    that is his ego,
    that is his shield
    from low-self esteem,
    insecurity.
    I want to take the armor
    from the child
    and tell him
    he is only a child,
    and that it is ok
    to be only a child
    and one should be a child
    during most phases of life.
    And that it is not a crime
    to be unsure of one’s choices,
    one’s life.
    I’m tired of bracing the wave
    to find the man on the raft
    floating in the sea,
    waiting for me to find him,
    starving for water,
    for breath.
    I am tired of invading
    his inner circle
    and getting electrocuted
    by his thunderous words.
    While I slowly,
    after every shock,
    creep towards him
    a little more,
    tears streaming down my face.
    Finally he sees the tears
    and stops the thunder
    and tears roll down his face as well,
    and he wants to break his own skull
    and shed his own skin.
    But it is tomorrow.
    Ordinary.
    And his armor protects him so
    once again,
    once he forgets about
    the tears.
    And his thunderous words starts again
    until he remembers again
    after he smells the salt water
    on my face.
    I wait
    until he remembers,
    another day.

    By Scythe42 URL on 02.20.2013

  24. Today we were weathered. Normally Tucson is dry as stone, washed down by the sun. Yet today we had weather. We experienced snow. And instead of coming out harrowed, we came out hale. Hello winter realism and white fantasy. It’s time we stopped feeling with our hands.

    By Kairn URL on 02.20.2013

  25. The old man grasped the hard wood of the banister, his worn and wrinkled knuckles creaking apon the ancient wood laid down by his forefathers. He peered down at the front door with his tight, stretched eyes, the

    By James URL on 02.20.2013

  26. A worn down book, read hundreds of time with different pages folded down by different people, quotres underlined by people with different memories or thoughts ass

    By Jenna on 02.20.2013

  27. There once was a really weathered barn. Simply, old, rustic, beautiful. Most people would ignore it, some see it and think it’s just another old building, but some see it for the beauty it really holds. History is a beautiful thing and everything has history within it.

    By Ashton Taylor URL on 02.20.2013

  28. The path was worn and torn, weathered and beaten down from generations of passerby who used its telltale guidance to navigate the dark wood. No one strayed from the path. It was the the lifeline for all who entered the forest, and it was known to all who entered it.

    By Nicole Zhu on 02.20.2013

  29. The attic was dusty and he could hear the faint squeaking of rats, but he pressed on anyways. His feet left imprints in the dirty wooden floor, which creaked ominously with each step. He found it behind an old dresser. The frame was old and weathered, and he had to smooth the dust away in order to see the smiling face behind the glass.

    By overlordy on 02.20.2013

  30. That’s what he sees when he looks in the mirror in the morning. Aged. Weathered. Like wood or something that’s been left out in the sun for too long. He’s not quite sure when it happened. Recently? Maybe. But not likely. He’s sure it was gradual. But the scary part is how long it took him to realize the change.

    By Alex URL on 02.20.2013

  31. His face was a maze of wrinkles, cur deep into his checks and brow by the many storms he had weathered. He had lived his whole life on the sea, and was happy to end it there too. His small boat rocked as it cleared the harbour, ploughing out into the growing storm.

    By tonykeyesjapan URL on 02.20.2013

  32. may the weathered pages in your life be well worth your repeated attention, adding light, color, love, true words that build you up each and over time

    By 87freckies URL on 02.20.2013

  33. It was a long day that started at five in the morning she spent the early hours mucking out the horses stalls and then taking care of the cows. By the time Lunch rolled around her hands were caked in dirt, under her finger nails

    By Scout URL on 02.20.2013

  34. The old fence in the yard has weathered from the salty air. God how I love the shore. Ash stained from our fires, memories of kisses behind the garage while my parents were still awake.

    By danielle on 02.20.2013

  35. He came home after the long leave. Feeling beaten, broken, and… Would things be the same? Would his family recognize his face? Would they recognize him after what the war had done to him? He just felt so tired, so so tired…

    By atari on 02.20.2013

  36. The T-Rex’s brown leathery skin was weathered and riddled with scars. He had seen many fights and eaten many a fallen foe. But none would taste as sweet as the little girl who had just come onto the island. Delicious, delicious girl…

    By Si1verRain URL on 02.20.2013

  37. This house is in ruins, weathered and worn
    This heart has been battered, beaten and torn.
    These arms are not strong, but will still try their best
    I don’t have a lot, but with you, I am blessed.

    By Carly URL on 02.20.2013

  38. He would always play and play. He didnt think this would happen so quickly but it did and he loved it. the feeling of the fact he made music enough that it made marks on his pale skin.

    By Rainah Adams URL on 02.20.2013

  39. old. torn. beaten. battered. an old flag lying on the ground, the colors faded. it has become nothing but a bruised memory of the past that no one holds onto. it fell to the ground the day the battle was lost. saddening, but true. it is weathered and dead to those who once knew it well.

    By Keeley Finch on 02.20.2013

  40. weathered. being in the weather. worn down. by the weather? atmosphere. enviroment. used. loved and enjoyed.

    By bob on 02.20.2013