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You try to stand strong and keep a philosophy that can get you through and seek all kinds of support and know you are doing the right thing even when it is most hard and hopeless but you search for that strength and yet sometimes you . . . just. . . crumble.
By Elementary on 02.14.2017
As my hand slid from his and he walked towards the door, I offered a weak and fragile, “please stay.” He hovered at the threshold, his shoulders shuddering as he made his final decision. My world crumbled around me and the door closed, his memory just a figment of my imagination.
By Taylor Thomas on 02.14.2017
The cookie crumbles as I eat it. I like eating the cookie crumbs. That is the way the cookie crumbles. The house came crumbling down.
By Spottie on 02.14.2017
breadcrumbs, pigeons, town square, 2cents a piece, balcony in France, cheap, stroll, afternoon
By linet on 02.14.2017
She was eating a cookie when it crumbled in her hand. She is a six year old and that was the last cookie. She was devastated.
By angel on 02.14.2017
To break apart into small pieces
I watched the cupcake crumble into a bunch of small pieces.
By James on 02.14.2017
A break or small apart into small fragments special from aa period of time as part of process of deterioration
By Sanaa May on 02.14.2017
By xavier URL on 02.14.2017
crumble means to break or fall apart from your food or something. It something that’s breaks apart from a cookie for example.
By Daria callum on 02.14.2017
By julian on 02.14.2017
when you crush; rip or ball something up.
By larry on 02.14.2017
break or fall apart into small fragments, especially over a period of time as part of a process of deterioration.
cause (something) to break apart into small fragments.
By Amariya on 02.14.2017
Crumble means something is being crushed in to little tiny and small bits of peices
By Mya Buckins URL on 02.14.2017
When something is crushed.
By Adrian on 02.14.2017
let the cookie crumble,
let the cookie confound with the dough it derived from
so all be it
ill be the bakery, where it arrived from.
creation, relieves inhibition.
doubt that ill ever be ionclastic
my beliefs may change,
today I’ve some extra quarters,
tomorrow, just the loose change.
what do I do everyday, when ive got credit repair
and appointments to make doe, up the rear
every minutes precious, every decision,
will reflect on my inner hiss.
By Milad URL on 02.14.2017
break or fall apart into small fragments
By takanye URL on 02.14.2017
Something that causes something to break.
By Breasia on 02.14.2017
I used to crumble my cookies into pieces.
By breyona jones on 02.14.2017
To break or fall apart into small fragments, especially over a period of time as part of a process of deterioration.
A mixture of flour and butter that is rubbed to the texture of breadcrumbs and cooked as a topping for fruit.
By Dayle on 02.14.2017
WHEN YOU THROW A PIECE OF PAPER AWAY
By cedrez on 02.14.2017
it’s what creates crumbs, like if you crumble up some bread it will create some crumbs
By Sidney Griffin URL on 02.14.2017
to make smaller
By jayden riley on 02.14.2017
When Ball something up and break it until unrepairable
By Jerome Carr on 02.14.2017
To smash something together.
I crumble my paper before I throw it in the trash
By G'Ameka on 02.14.2017
crumble means for something to fall down into little or smaller pieces breaking as they fall
By maliyah on 02.14.2017
When you fold something up with your hands.
By Natia on 02.14.2017
mean for something to fall into small piece
By chyua squires on 02.14.2017
my fav flavor of doughnuts is the crumble kind I think it hs coconut in it wicth I love coconut
By ian URL on 02.14.2017
When a building or structure gets older and older the foundation begins to become weaker. Then the structure might crumble.
By Kendell Pugh on 02.14.2017
crumble a paper up, the cookie crumbles, something fall apart.
By tyrece on 02.14.2017
“That is the way the cookie crumbles”
I am not even sure that is the correct quote. Takes me back to my childhood when I sat in front of the TV watching Bruce All Mighty. Life was way simpler back then. I could do as I please without the reponsibility that I have now
By Will on 02.14.2017
I will not crumble. Life may want to knock me down and out, but I will not crumble. I will keep getting up. I will keep moving forward. I will face what life has to give head on and alone if necessary. And I will work on being a better me while I do it.
By Jan on 02.14.2017
I watched my brother’s relationship crumble before Valentine’s Day, and yet here I was, holding my wife in my arms, slipping a chocolate between her lips and laughing as she chewed. I saw my brother holding roses in front of a locked door, the stems wet and scratching his hands, the buds finally beginning to bloom, but all too late.
By Belinda Roddie URL on 02.14.2017
I will crumble if someone fires me from my present position. Although I would like to eventually move into another role in my school district, I certainly want to leave on my own terms. There is no reason for someone to fire me before I’m ready to leave.
By Carla Bryant on 02.14.2017
We crumble, and then we fall. crumble, tumble, wind through the tunnle. crumbling ruins of the gods. bread crumbleing in my hands, stupid, cheap peice of bread. worlds will crumble and fall
By nina on 02.14.2017
It wasn’t hard to show you I was happy. I really was.
it’s just that many things make me happy, and you’re not supposed to do it best.
But I think you do.
But it won’t stop the way the earth feels fragile under my toes. I feel it giving way any moment. It won’t stop. You are a factor, not a solution. I am stuck unwilling to write the answer and finish this equation.
A hand to my head and I can feel it. The cracking, bits if my security scattering like broken glass. How long can I balance between the shards, feeling the ground give way? It is better than the solution I know but refuse to record on paper.
Let’s fall apart completely.
By Ai URL on 02.14.2017
cruller is an puce of bread cums or a puce of trash
By ayda URL on 02.14.2017
By Steve O URL on 02.14.2017
It happens to friendships just the way it happens to marriages. You’re friends with someone for what, 40 years, and suddenly, you’re not friends any more. Maybe not suddenly. An erosion that takes time. One gets old and the other doesn’t. One likes living in the suburbs and getting gray; the other doesn’t. One has grandchildren to play with and the other doesn’t. One has a bad marriage, the other has a marriage that is still a friendship and a good one. And there’s a slow, quiet crumbling that you don’t even notice until it’s become a fissure that can’t be fixed. But the structure is still sound. Maybe this big crack won’t pull the whole thing down. Don’t be complacent that way. Think: It will come down. Try to fix it. Do something about it. Otherwise, the whole thing will fall. Friendships do that. I know.
By ruby on 02.14.2017
The structure always crumble. Nothing stays together, everything is falling apart.
By RobDuganJr on 02.14.2017
a division of Identity Crisis, Inc.