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makes me think of a relationship i had. i asked him, “what did i say to hurt u?” and he said “nothing, forget about it.” and i said, “how can i fix this if u wont tell me?”
By candace sewell on 03.22.2012
Something that has been repaired.
By Zachary Williams on 03.22.2012
He sits, pedaling in newsprint. Over and over, he pedals, staying fixed while young life around him strives for futures. Now is over, what is next is most important.
By Nancy on 03.22.2012
Melvins last ball fell from the fixed post at the end of the stone court. his throw had landed perfectly, and he was rewarded with 13 standard points. he now has the chance to score and addition 50 spec. points, if he can make the suicide throw.
By Timmy on 03.22.2012
Sometimes I worry about the way things are and the way things should be. I want to fix a lot of things that aren’t broken and a lot of things can’t be fixed. But in the end you have to remember that everything has little elements of glass and some of love, so in the end, nothing is broken.
By Hanna on 03.22.2012
makes me think of a relationship i had. i asked him, “what did i say to hurt u?” and he said “nothing, forget about it.” and i said, “how can i fix this if u wont tell me?” we didn’t stay together, but my heart was fixed from someone new :>
His attention was fixed and focused. Lazer gaze created blooming beauty with every moment and movement. Wait, not there, move over to the left a bit.
By Adesola URL on 03.22.2012
I fixed the problem, but the affects still remain. It’s almost like a shadow of the issue just follow me around. I can’t even think about anything else. But the it’s fixed non the less and things will get better.
By Grace on 03.22.2012
i put it together. glass fixed into the right places of eternity. glued by love and complacency. forever welded together with graciousness. i made it. i placed the colored glass together with fine hands of love. i felt the cuts on my fingers from the fine edges. i tasted the tangy flavor of blood on my lips. yet i fixed it. no regrets can hold me back. a mosaic. once broken by the world’s stubbornness. now a tapestry of eternity.
By amanda on 03.22.2012
broken and sore somehow i have not found out how to be fixed but i do pray that my friends and family can be somehow fixed. maybe not in this life but in someother life. i would love to be fixed in my empty shell of myself. the empty shell of my human self is so far from being fixed iam more broken and worn than i can imagine
By stephen on 03.22.2012
i ran along the ragged wall of earth’s steps. and i put it back together. the ragged curtain the covered all the pure roses. i sewed it up with love and complacency. i aroused a crowd of perfectness.
Fixed. Stuck. Stable. Reliable. Rigged. Fixed is such a solid word, yet can also mean cheating, like “that event was fixed!”. Our language is full of oxymorons.
By Vanessa on 03.22.2012
you fixed something that broke
By colby on 03.22.2012
Nothing is fixed. The only thing a person can do is to make the appearance of a problem…even duck tape can’t do the trick. Appearance can be altered but everything has irreparable damage.
By Kayla on 03.22.2012
alot of things can be fixed…. like cars and dogs
By llamachick URL on 03.22.2012
this word means to make something work thats not working reminds me when i fixed my bike last weak.
By Mrman2000 URL on 03.22.2012
fixed is when you fix something that is broken or has a hole in it or is not able to be used from it being broken.
By minecraftplayer101 URL on 03.22.2012
i am fixed. fixed on something new. fixed on you. i think of ways to calculate the lust but nothing will ever be real enough. it’s all a feeling of wonder weakness and love.
By Sloan on 03.22.2012
my dad “fixed my bike.” aka. bought me a new one.
By snowboard addict URL on 03.22.2012
i need to get my truck fixed because it got caught on fire and we all ran out and it was scary so we need to get our truck fixed
By phill URL on 03.22.2012
allie has not yet payed for the insurance on her car. she needs to fix my dog. my dog has diabetes but he loves having a low calorie meal of pinecones with apple long.. but she doesnt deserve to have pinecones with my DOGS because they are way too cool for her and always will be. thank goodness for my way too cool dogs on this earth or there would be nothing col on this earth at all.
By ddawg7 URL on 03.22.2012
my dog had problems so we took him to the doctor so that he could get fixed. know he has no problems.
By drl URL on 03.22.2012
I fixed are old truck.
By Esmy URL on 03.22.2012
you can fix cars and other things too.
By Ewa147 URL on 03.22.2012
i fixed my trampoline last weekend.
By diamondsss URL on 03.22.2012
Emily Walker needs to fix how slow she is when she walks!!!!!!! Unlike Dominick he needs a lot of fixing to do! JK
By vb4life URL on 03.22.2012
DAD could fix anything. When I was young, he could put the chain back on my bicycle, which was very important. He put the leg back on my Barbie doll.
By Suzi Neft on 03.22.2012
Tavis sat, hands fiddling with the broken bell. His sister glared at him from across the rom, her blindfold was off and laying across her knees as she dabbed at her cheeks with a wet cloth. “You still crying over that thing?” She asked, sickened by his sentimentality. Tavis glanced at his sister with a broken smile. “Well, yea. I’ve been wearing it for so long, I don’t know how to …not have it.” He cradled the heap of metal. Without a knock on the door, Zas entered the twins’ private quarters. He looked first to Thorn, measuring the distance between her and himself. Once satisfied that he was safe he turned to Tavis, his broad grin falling as he saw the man on the brink of tears. “The bell broke, eh?” He asked reaching out to cup his hands around Tavis’. The sad man looked up with a half-smile. “Yea, it’s alright though I suppose. I mean… she doesn’t need it anymore…” Zas frowned for a moment then gently scooped the metal into his own hands. “I’ll be back in a moment.”
By heather URL on 03.22.2012
I fixed the car from dead to alive. it was hard and took almost a week.
By just582 URL on 03.22.2012
If I could fix the troubles in my life and see clearer than clear I would have it all. Perfect moments only happen once in a while but most of the times my moments need fixing. Trouble springs up like flowers in March so therefore I wish it were December.
By Aimz on 03.22.2012
I wonder why “fixed” is to be used… To be “fixed” can be in so many various ways. Whether it is good, or bad, or just plain pointless, it is something that needs to be seen much more…
By Kristin on 03.22.2012
fixed as a past tense is the completed act of repair on a given object. I dont use it much cause i never fix things just pay someone else to do it.
By Simon URL on 03.22.2012
i have already done this word, but it was under a different name so i assume that it is making me do this word again because of it. If i do this entry now will i get a different word after, i ponder? who knows, i like this website though it is very swell, and i can only hope a new word will be provided to me. Hail ODin because he is glorious.
By shieldtwin on 03.22.2012
fixed feels stuck, like a concept…you can not get out of the concept because it’s fixed in your mind – let’s unfix ourselves, unstuck ourselves and see all that is happening without the desire to name it….
By Siridyal URL on 03.22.2012
It was fixed. The fight. Dom had put a lot of good money for Bruce Willis to go down in the third round. Of course, that’s from Pulp Fiction and I can’t remember who fixed the fight. Was it Ving Rhames? Probably. Either way, Bruce didn’t do it because he had too much pride. A common and fairly predictable outcome.
By bryan on 03.22.2012
Bicycle – fixing a tire. My dad always fixes things around the house. He is a handy man, I always look up to him because he can do anything. He changes lightbulbs, and windows, he fixes my car too.
By Monica on 03.22.2012
Fixed is where you get something that is broken and you prepare it so it will work again.
By Cody URL on 03.22.2012
I fixed my bedroom in 2 days.I hated so much…………………………………………………
By iconic girl URL on 03.22.2012
I fixed a hole that was in the floor. I put dirt it the hole!!!!! Hard work there!
By zebra woman URL on 03.22.2012
You fix things by whacking them with a hammer. That is my definition of fixing things. If you kick something than it may also be fixed. When fixing pain you punch the opposite side of the body that is hurt then you forget the old pain because the new pain is covering it up. I am a genious.
By Tree URL on 03.22.2012
a division of Identity Crisis, Inc.