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I guess that weathered means worn. Like worn stones, and old faces. But they hold so many memories, years of time is shown in that word, weathered. It makes you wonder what that person or object has experienced. Traces of experiences.
By Ruth URL on 02.21.2013
why is the world so weathered and worn and weary and wary and all together not in shape
so oblong and so long and so hopelessly distraught in the ways of dissension and direly thought
why is the world so fickle and volatile
By Breezeway URL on 02.21.2013
to be eroded or destroyed slowly with time. To wear away or begin to change appearance or texture due to long exposure of the atmosphere.
“As I walked through the depressing forest, my feet were weathered away along wit hthe life in the forest.”
By Alexandra on 02.21.2013
She was weathered by the storms of life. Tough as she was this was not her plan. Let God have your problems.
By Cathy Neil URL on 02.21.2013
i was weathered in the snow. we were stuck in for days. at least that what i had wished. in our minds we were 4 again. back to the freshness of the world.
cold and crisp.
we’re ten degrees below average
By Rozz on 02.21.2013
the place where love reigns above all other things
my shoulder is open for your tears, my eyes laugh watching your smile
By Nuka on 02.21.2013
tattered and destroyed, the lady had seen better days. her youth was gone and time had taken its toll. there were prettier fish in the sea and she was left alone after years of trying to love those that never loved her back.
By Jackie on 02.21.2013
The storm beat against the weathered barn. The peeled paint revealed aged, gray boards, contrasted against the intense green and dark gray of the summer storm. Lightening flickered just above the barn, lighting up the beautiful sight.
By Emma Travis on 02.21.2013
Weathered. Like an old man or an old tree, right? Weathered has dealt with the seasons it enounteres. Very different from seasoned – which is what they termed slaves who had been through a crop in the Carribbean. Most of them didn’t make it. Most slaves colcndt get the seasoned status.
By britt on 02.21.2013
I am so weathered by school. This may seem like a unique word to use, but it’s the perfect word to use. not only is the weather here sucky. it’s so depressing and dark, but i’m tired of the people here. i’m tired of my life here.
By Carmen on 02.21.2013
weathered. i have realised that my multi tasking, and my multi languages resulted in my lack of skills in all my tasks and all my languages.
By dina on 02.21.2013
Listening to those words was painful. They shone light on a very real past and on very real feelings that I’ve walked out of but evidently still linger in my tissues. Because I can remember what that feels like. “The audacity of those who could go home to Mom and Dad telling me to get over it” couldn’t be more personal. And I get sick remembering the dark, tangled fingers that moved me to open my veins, but even more so for those who opened them just a little more than I did. For those whose voices are now a mere echo of the silent screams no one heard while they were still alive. Knowing this, how could I do anything but devote my life to hearing?
By aura.rayne URL on 02.21.2013
this was the same word as yesturday. how am i supposed to be able to put up with this as well as everything else?
mother has breast cancer. and MS. and a gastric bypasy gone awry. and a crippling depression.
this is my vice, how could you give me the same word two days in a row?
By Zoe Edelman Brier URL on 02.21.2013
I am sailing in the future in a sea of stars. There is nothing here except the weather. There is shining rain and golden snow falling from the center of the universe, some giant turtoise is swimming across my feet and I keep on slumbering through this dream. I dont’ know when I am going to wake up. I just slumber and float through the end of time, there is nothing else to do here.
My dearest Elisa
By Alex on 02.21.2013
His face, next to hers, looked so weathered in comparison. She was so young and fresh – so alive – and it was the last straw. He would have to let her go. He was stealing her youth, letting her live out the best years of his life while he approached his twilight. It was wrong. Even if he loved her.
By wonderwoundedh URL on 02.21.2013
beat down. tired. eroded. wet up. trod upon. leathery. jerkin like. durable. sturdy. different.geology. rocks soil mountainsides. old men. some old women too.
By Dannyelle on 02.21.2013
weathered, tried and true, worn out, battered and bruised. With the living remants of the battle. better to be weathered than to be pristine and clean as if you have never attempted anything worth getting weathered for.
By Chuks URL on 02.21.2013
The body becomes weathered and some day dies but the soul lives on uninterrupted…
By 5thElement URL on 02.21.2013
— she beat me down
along my arms
like flooded houses
(i liked it)
but the calm after
(i liked that, too;
lightning sang like you).
By h. b. URL on 02.21.2013
I can see you’ve been handled; you look really tired. You’re always tired. It’s weird waiting for someone to stop being tired.
By taiga tsubasa URL on 02.21.2013
The weathered old man sits in the park
Whiling away his hours
His time will soon end
But for now,
Are yellow and blue
The man enjoys them
He enjoys life
He is happy.
By Ely on 02.21.2013
I weathered all of that, the storm, the roiling seas, the rumbling ship’s captain and the angry cabin boy, I stood beneath the gray scale clouds and told Zeus to strike me, if he dared, and when he took his shot he may have missed me but he caught the barrel of gunpowder I was sitting on and somehow, some way, under some god’s kind providence I had made it to this cursed places and I was too late and you were gone.
By Andrea URL on 02.21.2013
He stares out to the sea. The wind-burn clearly showing on his face. Right alongside the rugged determination and grit. Just a few more yards and they will have reached their destination. The captain calls for his crew to man their stations. A weathered smile shines across his face. This is what he lives for. Another haul.
By John URL on 02.21.2013
old comfortable shoes, on the feet of a 104 year old dancer, sitting in a chair listening to opera and remembering what it was like before she felt weathered.
By MK on 02.21.2013
The weathered rain made it difficult to see outside when we were driving to the shopping mall so we could some new outfits for the wedding
By Christian G on 02.21.2013
The weathered rain made it difficult to see outside when we were driving to the shopping mall so we could some new outfits for the wedding tomorrow
Today was a weathering day because it was raining and there was fog outside and we couldn’t play it was wet not dry.
By Jocelyn on 02.21.2013
weathered the storm. i feel weathered. blown about like a bit of paper. handling people’s comments, their demands, their assignments and expectations. I felt weathered today. I stayed home and read in bed and drank black coffee while my kids went to school. i did nothing. Is this what its like sometimes?
By Whiskeyjane on 02.21.2013
old a sad, a man sit at his front porch, spending most of his day sating at the nature, thinking of what his life would be if he had her.
By Srijita URL on 02.21.2013
I weatherded through the park through the town everywhere I went is scary
By Destiny on 02.21.2013
My face will someday be weathered
Ive never thought of building as being weathered because they often take on more character with time.
Women that are weathered on the other hand are unattractive
I think I mostly think positively about the word “weathered” because
By Graham Alexander on 02.21.2013
“your bringing this old thing?” jaydon asked. “of course im bringing it, its my favorite chair” as i said plopping down on it. I understand why she would think of it as old, but its not just old its weathered, torn here and there, its lumpy in a few spots where ive sat the most. and it was my mother’s. when she had cancer she never left it, she even had it brought with her to the hospital, i have no idea how she managed to do it, but knowing my mom she probley through a huge tantrum demanding she had to have it, even when she was weak she never lost her hardheadedness. shes had since i was a baby, she told me she would rock me untill i fell asleep, singing to me. she did have an amazing voice, i asked her one day why she hadn’t done anything with her voice and she just said ” it wasn’t for me “. i know the truth of course, she had me and she was alone, she had no one. my father died when he was trying to save my older brother, he didn’t make it, or my brother.
By tigerlily on 02.21.2013
“your bringing this old thing?” Jaydon asked. “of course im bringing it, its my favorite chair” as i said plopping down on it. I understand why she would think of it as somthing old, but its not just old, its weathered, torn here and there, its lumpy in a few spots where ive sat the most. and it was my mother’s. when she had cancer she never left it, she even had it brought with her to the hospital, i have no idea how she managed to do it, but knowing my mom she probley through a huge tantrum demanding she had to have it, even when she was weak she never lost her hardheadedness. shes had since i was a baby, she told me she would rock me untill i fell asleep, singing to me. she did have an amazing voice, i asked her one day why she hadn’t done anything with her voice and she just said ” it wasn’t for me “. i know the truth of course, she had me and she was alone, she had no one. my father died when he was trying to save my older brother, he didn’t make it, or my brother.
As weathered as we all are, we could only go forward. For what we feel and do are that of the same purpose. To move on.
By R. Prawira Agung on 02.21.2013
Weathered makes me think of the decay of things, especially how things that are decaying appear. Wood comes to mind, but so does metal, which oxidizes. It can also pertain to how people look, as in a weathered face. Also, dammit, my car is weathered.
By Steve LaMantia on 02.21.2013
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