miracle

September 3rd, 2012 | 443 Entries

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  1. Music is a miracle. It creates a wonderful world to which we can just escape. With the sound of a single note, we are transported to a different realm, a realm that can be anything. If creating a whole different world is not a miracle, then what IS, pray tell, a miracle? I’m not sure if there is any other thing that can be considered a miracle, in that case.

    By Katherine Erlikh URL on 09.03.2012

  2. it’s a miracle that you have not broken already
    i see what you go through every day
    every moment
    i see the toll it takes on you–the toll it has taken
    i see your scars and bruises inside and out
    it’s a miracle you have gotten this far
    and that you keep on going

    By paige URL on 09.03.2012

  3. It wasn’t one miracle, but 20, performed every day by the newcomer, that stunned us. She confounded our simplest science in the time it took her to exhale. We had no words, no explanation and couldn’t even find a way to question what we’d seen.

    By Clarity URL on 09.03.2012

  4. LIfe. I’m here, others are here. This world. What more can be said? Everything is a miracle. Every breath, everyday, everything. Unending gratitude. Yes.

    By Katherine MacKay URL on 09.03.2012

  5. LIttle jiimy had no hope. he lay in his bed in the hospital as he wondered if he could live again to see his next christmas or birthday, but he over heard the doctors saying he would need a miracle to save him. So every night before he fell asleep he would pray for this miracle and the day the doctors came in and told him that his wishes might be granted because he now had a donor was the day he heard his mom break down and cry that a miracle had been granted to them

    By Syd on 09.03.2012

  6. It’s a miracle when someone sees you, someone really sees you
    you feel it in your bones
    you know it’s flowing down through you and nourishing the ground
    It roots you and calls you into existence
    the elderly need a miracle
    the babies need a miracle
    the hurt ones need a miracle
    be the eyes that see and the mouth that speaks
    someone into existence, meaning, worth.
    Be the breath of life that sweeps through them
    hold them steady in your vision
    hold them in you
    hold them

    By stephanie on 09.03.2012

  7. That flickering hope sent out to us in the night. The one act of self giving love that spans a few moments amidst 2,000 years of perceivable silence that invigorates our senses, makes us blood and water again, turns us back from the dead

    By StatiKink URL on 09.03.2012

  8. “It’s a miracle!” she shouted as she ran into my room.
    “What happened?”
    “I found someone to love me.”
    “That isn’t surprising, everyone loves you.”
    “No, not really.”
    The truth was, everyone loved her.
    I loved her, but she walked away until the someone else who actually spoke up.

    By Dominique on 09.03.2012

  9. The word is thrown around a lot. “My dog survived surgery,” “My Dad made it home from Iraq,” “That guy I hate died.”

    It may be a miracle that he died, but the rest is us. The people.

    By GM Hill on 09.03.2012

  10. He couldn’t stop crying. It was exhausting and he was getting a headache, but he couldn’t stop. He’d never been so happy in all his thousands of years of life. He had always made a point of using the word “miracle” as sparingly as possible, but there was nothing else that could even come close to today. He tangled his fists in Tobias’s shirt and tugged him somehow closer.

    By Julia A. URL on 09.03.2012

  11. “It’s a miracle.”

    I looked across the table at the old man. He was tired, obviously broken. I reached out and grabbed his hand.

    “No. It was you. You did this.”

    He almost smiled.

    “You should be proud.”

    By GM Hill on 09.03.2012

  12. stumbling over my own feet in the morning
    exhaling someone elses stale liquor breath
    i realize the emptiness emanates
    from my own
    dissatisfaction with the impossibility of Fate.
    i clutch at strangers hands like miracles

    By kalena URL on 09.03.2012

  13. I believe in miracles. Depending on where they happen, and how they happen, they can be good for everyone, or have downsides to some.
    Either way, miracles happen everyday.
    I don’t mean a birth or something. No. Something AMAZING.

    By mallary on 09.03.2012

  14. Miracles happen everyday. Blah blah blah. When do they occur? Why don’t they come my way? Oh that’s right. Because I had my miracle. I had you, and now all of that is over. And my miracle is gone.

    By Jenna on 09.03.2012

  15. David walked to the front door and inserted his key pausing to prepare for the argument he was about to have with the only person who meant anything to him, his miracle. She was the girl that every guy wanted and somehow she picked him, then he fucked it all up.

    By Heather on 09.03.2012

  16. miracles happen all the time. From a daily childs laugh to someone surviving cancer. People don’t realize how great and how often miracles happen. I think miracle would be a good name too.

    By Mary Sherman on 09.03.2012

  17. “It’s a miracle you’re alive mate” Fin looked down a Matthew who was laying on the ground
    “Where is she?” Matt sat up looking around for he not paying attention to the gash on his head or the pain in his arm.
    “They hauled her away”
    “And you just let them!”

    By Heather on 09.03.2012

  18. the miracle of birth is a facinating and terrifying thing that many people if thye arent women will never be able to indulge in because they do not have vaginas. coming back from the dead is also anther miracle because jesus is the only one to ever become a zombie legit

    By liz on 09.03.2012

  19. God does many miracles, and we must not mistake miracles for magic, after all, miracles are used for good, and magic is used for personal glory and selfishness. Miracles feel wonderful when given and blesses your life in so many ways, while magic usually turns out as a trick and ruins your life, don’t be deceived by Harry Potter, it’s the biggest lie since money and fame.

    By DelilahAriah on 09.03.2012

  20. She closed her eyes against the tears, still clutching his hand, lost in grief, her heart shuddering before every beat, as if it wasn’t sure it could keep going through so much pain.
    And then he started breathing again.

    By blackandwhitedreamer on 09.03.2012

  21. i believe in miracles, but not the miracles as the world perceives them. miracles are just natural phenomenon which now seldcom manifest themselves because people don’t let them.

    By kaorita on 09.03.2012

  22. A miracle’s a miracle
    Even when it’s ordinary
    We will walk on the water
    Even though it seems scary
    If someone will show us the way – show us the way….

    He told us a parable
    of a man with eyeglasses so small they were unwearable
    And the moral of the story is it all looks terrible
    Depending on what you look through

    By icfasntw on 09.03.2012

  23. Life is a miracle.

    If you feel like everything is crumbling and falling apart.

    Stop. Think.

    Dream. Hope.

    Pretend that you are worth it. Then believe it.

    If life is a song, then you should be singing at the top of your lungs, screaming your voice out to whoever cares to hear.

    If life is a dance, then dance your heart out as if it’s your last day on earth, even if the auditorium is empty.

    If life is a movie, then smile like the star you are and stop acting. Just be yourself. It’ll be a smashing box office it.

    And if life is a miracle? Well, then. Write about it. Document it. Record every word. The ones you say and the ones you mean to and the ones that you don’t realize you never said.

    And when you’re done, laugh, cry and be alive.

    Because life is a miracle.

    And you’re part of it.

    By Sara H. URL on 09.03.2012

  24. And there she was standing over the bridge. She saw his reflection along the river as he walked away and she began to tear up. Happy tears. Knowing that he still loved her and that he would always be around, she smiled. One tear drop fell into the river and made a ripple. She swore, even to this day that the ripple was i the shape of a heart

    By Sonia on 09.03.2012

  25. I don’t believe in miracles. I…stuff just happens. Things are already destined to happen. I mean I guess you could call it a miracle if that is how you wish to perceive it. But personally I just don’t believe in miracles…but does that mean I don’t believe in God? I don’t think so. I think I do. Just maybe not in the way that modern christianity says so

    By Ashli on 09.03.2012

  26. You can wait your entire life for things to work. For everything to just fall into place and have everything you’ve always wanted. And because there’s a chance it will, that things will just happen, most people wait them. But the truth is, most people end up waiting forever…

    By Nick URL on 09.03.2012

  27. IT WAS AN ABSOLUTE MIRACLE. I HAD NEVER SEEN ANYTHING LIKE IT BEFORE IN MY LIFE. STEVEN TYLER WAS RIDING A HORSE AND DRINKING A MARTINI. I’LL NEVER SEEN ANYTHING LIKE THAT AGAIN AS LONG AS I LIVE.

    By ALYSSA on 09.03.2012

  28. He deflects my question just because he knows it will annoy me.
    “It’s a miracle, really,” he says in a mockingly vain tone, “that you’ve finally come to your senses.” He claps a hand on my shoulder good naturedly. “Now we can both agree that I am the most charming man on earth!”

    By WearyWater URL on 09.03.2012

  29. I don’t believe in miracles. With how much stuff is packed into the universe, when something that seems “impossible” happens, it shouldn’t be counted as a miracle, it should be counted as something possible, just highly improbable – there’s a difference.

    By Brandi on 09.03.2012

  30. Miracles cause the utmost happiness in people who think they have experienced them. But they’re just a false truth. They’re hope manifested from the thoughts of thousands of people who have nothing left.

    By james hadnot on 09.03.2012

  31. It would take a miracle for everything to be better now. Not just the little things, but everything? God, will I ever be able to come up for air? I’m choking on the sobs that get past my teeth.

    By Shannon Grey on 09.03.2012

  32. I believe in miracles. I think they happen, and that the amazing thing about miracles is that they’re personal. Each person is able to define their own miracle, and as long as you believe it you can’t be wrong. They’re amazing. I think they can be a gift.

    By Alexandra on 09.03.2012

  33. A disney miracle. It’s a miracle what has happened lately. Miracles don’t happen very often. In fact, sometimes I don’t think miracles exist. To be honest, I don’t think miracles DO exist. I think we put things out into the Universe and we get back exactly that. And we cause all of our own miracles. You are a miracle.

    By rokstarbabe URL on 09.03.2012

  34. It’s a miracle that some people today, actually do understand the basic concepts of grammar and spelling. Especially considering what the education system is like in the United STates right now. It’s gotten so bad, that students don’t even care that they’re doing horrible in their classes, or that they’re falling behind the rest of the world. Nothing bothers me more than hearing someone say “Why should I have to learn science, it’s not like I’m ever going to have to use it anyway.”

    By Aalikane on 09.03.2012

  35. WOW. it was a miracle that i could see again. i mean, literally, i’ve always been 20/20. but in reality, i could never see any closer than 100 feet from me. only far away. yup. only far away. but now i can see it all. and in color too.

    By Daniela on 09.03.2012

  36. Where are you? I keep looking and you’re not here. You never come. You’re late. Did your train get delayed? Did you catch the wrong plane? Are you in the wrong place? Are you ever getting here? You know, by the time you do, I might not even need you. Things could have changed. You could be of no use anymore. Timing is everything, really. And you just don’t seem to be very good at it.

    By cosmic on 09.03.2012

  37. We always want a miracle, but the reality is that they are few and far between. I recently wanted a miracle for my grandpa but that was not God’s plan. God wanted my grandpa to return home and I have to be okay with that. As much as I miss him, I know heaven is fortunate enough to have gained my grandpa because he was such a wonderful, selfless, caring man.

    By Theresa on 09.03.2012

  38. It was right after you died. It was every night for months after you died.
    You snuggled me at bedtime. It was the only way I could get to sleep.
    If you skipped any nights… If it took you longer than usual.
    I couldn’t sleep.
    Sometimes, you still come by.
    It helps.

    I miss you.

    By Veronica on 09.03.2012

  39. A miracle is a miracle that needs to be felt heart and soul.
    There are miracles that can slip away, if you are blind.
    There are miracles you will miss hearing, if you are deaf.
    Open your eyes, unblock your ears, clear your stifled heart.

    By Subhashini on 09.03.2012

  40. What a miracle it is that I’m actually writing this on time! I haven’t been willing to write lately; my RPG has been keeping me busy. I’m extremely guilty that something so inconvenient and frivolous has taken over my life AGAIN, but I can’t stop playing it. Runescape…how can you be so fulfilling, yet so pointless?

    By Amarie URL on 09.03.2012