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Sweeping is what you do when you want to eliminate something all in one go. To get rid of the dust, the clutter, the people in your life. You get rid of the people who irritate you, and you do it in one sweep. Sweeping is inefficient and hard to do, there is always that one line that you can’t get rid of, a microscopic particle of dust line, laying there, unseen to accumulate.
» Posted By Chey On 09.15.2014 @ 3:51 pm
unfinished undone this is how many people feel when they never get the chance again and they have to live with regret feel everything try everything live fully live comlpete
» Posted By chey On 06.22.2013 @ 12:17 am
Mendulie had always been a rather high-strung individual. Her bouncy nature, bright clothing, and tendency to jump into the conversations of random passersby caused her to be known as quite the conspicious creature, or, as her mother said, a nuisance. It was perhaps for this reason that it was no surprise when, in mid morning on a sunny day in June, the petite fifteen year old was reportedly seen launching herself from Mr. Tomsenboyle’s roof and descending head over heels into a large pot of soup.
» Posted By Chey On 06.16.2013 @ 5:34 pm
ha yeah right, husband. unspeakable.
im sure one could exist,
im sure ,
but would it be worth the time
or effort to put in.
so demanding, controling
everything, would it be
worth the time
spent, not looking
but still finding
what is not meant to be found
» Posted By Chey On 02.05.2013 @ 7:02 am
and so the world was over
gone and we left it there, like that
traveled into the next
then the next, and
where we found things
to replace what was lost
we dream of the old place
» Posted By Chey On 01.19.2013 @ 9:33 pm
He was never the romantic type of guy. He never took a girl out for a dinner and walk on the beach. No, Walker Pierce wasn’t that kind of guy. He was more the type to stay home and watch football with the guys. He didn’t like doing the romance thing. So it was a surprise to him when Cass walked into his life.
» Posted By Chey On 10.01.2011 @ 10:01 am
Celebration is when people have fun together for some reason such as a birthday or an acheivement. People are usually happy and celebration causes dancing and music and stuff. we all love celebration. It’s fun times. It makes everyone happy. People love celebration like I do!
everything is happy when people celebrate. There is usually dancing and lights and happieness. I should stop saying happy…
» Posted By Chey On 09.19.2011 @ 5:27 pm
Scarves. What wonderful inventions.
They keep your neck cold from the frigid air outside.
It could be snowing, or hailing. Your neck would be warm.
So fluffy, and so comfy.
Just don’t buy an itchy one.
» Posted By Chey On 03.11.2011 @ 4:56 pm
A sentence. Sometimes bland. Ends with a period.
Cannot be changed, cannot be yelled.
» Posted By Chey On 03.10.2011 @ 7:51 pm
The statement of probability is a math term. The math term is used in probability. Probability is no fun. Well, sometimes it can be fun. (: However, currently, it is not. I say this because I have to take my state exams next week. State exams are not fun at all. We do get to miss certain classes though. It gets rather annoying at times though.
» Posted By Chey On 03.10.2011 @ 7:46 pm
Woo. Comes from sheep; goats. makes clothing, which then dresses people. Dressed people function in society. Naked people function in nudist societies. what is “society” anyway? A bunch of people who think they can just tell you what to do.
» Posted By Chey On 02.16.2011 @ 7:52 pm
There a snap behind me. When I turn I see Ian standing behind me. His chocolate brown hair blowing in the air. When my eyes meet his I remember what made me like him, his hazel eyes, rich, deep, protective.
» Posted By Chey On 02.14.2011 @ 3:57 pm
i don’t know how to do it. or why it chose me. i don’t know how to leave everything and just fade into dust. it has to be more complicated than that doesn’t it? dying? how does one just become nothing and not care. Just take the knife and cut deep and hope for complete darkness.
» Posted By chey On 02.05.2011 @ 12:32 am
wow i used to dislike sweets. My mom started making jelly and changed that though, because now i eat jelly on everything and anything. I like it on ice-cream, toast, waffles, EVERYTHING!
» Posted By Chey On 01.31.2011 @ 3:26 pm
Have you ever MEANT to do something, but ended up sidetracked? It happens to me all the time, in fact, that might be the main reason why I never get anything done.
» Posted By Chey On 01.21.2011 @ 5:46 pm
» Posted By Chey On 01.13.2011 @ 6:38 pm
“For the fifth time, I did not stain your shirt!”
“Then WHY are there blotches on it?”
“Last night I borrowed your shirt, but I didn’t stain it. The ketchup was on a suicide mission, I swear!”
» Posted By Chey On 01.11.2011 @ 2:56 pm
I know how everyone says nothing is perfect… But can’t something be perfectly flawed? Can’t you have the right amount of wrong, so that it’s right, and if so, what would that be?
» Posted By Chey On 01.07.2011 @ 10:45 pm
If you don’t do anything worth doing you will never discover what truly living is.
» Posted By Chey On 01.06.2011 @ 6:32 pm
Choas was bestowed upon me as i zipped down my pants and whirled my fan dangler about in a giant circle, crushing king dongs ding dong with the almighty power of my shlong.
» Posted By Chey On 07.06.2010 @ 8:18 pm
i stood, barefoot, in the dark, rich soil. my friends danced around me, taking pictures, doing cartwheels, laughing. i thanked any being up there for the beautiful life they bestowed on me, a little girl in california.
» Posted By chey On 07.27.2009 @ 1:26 am
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an, suddenly, it was like, in that one moment, when his eyes were locked with mine and our minds were in sync, the only thing keeping me from flying was the gravity pinning my feet to the floor.
» Posted By chey On 07.25.2009 @ 5:16 pm