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November 8th, 2014 | 38 Entries

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  1. I get a lot of static in my life. It originates from many sources….children, grandchildren , my job as a teacher. It would be great if it all frequency modulated to remove the static.

    By Phil on 11.08.2014

  2. The old radio on the table crackled to life, the light dimmed with age blinking as furiously as a racing heart.

    The small old woman reached out a spindly finger and turned the over-sized button on the front, her breath slow and paced.

    By Claire on 11.08.2014

  3. The TV’s static provided an eerie soundtrack for the ransacked house, one that only added to the unsettled feeling that pressed upon her as she stumbled around in the semi-darkness of the once familiar home.

    By S.C. Lovelace URL on 11.08.2014

  4. The radio plays nothing but static now.
    I miss the sound of your voice.
    It connected me to you somehow.
    I know you’re singing those words to some other girl, half way across the world.
    But
    to me
    in those tiny moments
    you were talking to me.
    But now
    there is
    nothing
    but static.

    By chelsea taylor URL on 11.08.2014

  5. electricity, can make cars explode at gas stations. One touch a spark can ignite, the flames that combust from the gasoline.

    By Katie on 11.08.2014

  6. The white noise, fills the empty solace of the sound of where you used to be. I can no longer feel you around me.

    By Katie on 11.08.2014

  7. I can hear nothing. You are lost. The world seems to be stopping me from hearing you. Is what you have to say important. Of course it is.

    By Katie URL on 11.08.2014

  8. it was static. i touch, the first time. me and him, alone, in a room, static. it’s kinda like when lips touch and you get that tang, bittersweet but with new possibilities, that’s static. i felt it with him, and it was a wonderful thing that traveled up and down my spine like a whisper.

    By savingholmes URL on 11.08.2014

  9. I often find my socks stuck to the side of my sweaters. When that happens I feel so embarrassed! I was once walking around with a pair of underwear stuck to my t-shirt.

    By RFlo6 URL on 11.08.2014

  10. characters in a book
    i am not a static character,
    sometimes they say its not good
    i come in not knowing
    not understanding
    i ask him what it means
    I don’t understand when he tells me
    but every time his whiteboard marker
    draws figures on the board
    i pick up pieces of his knowledge
    and finally i understand
    i am not static

    By Jessie on 11.08.2014

  11. and i sit there,
    static
    because the TV stopped responding
    because i can no longer see crisply
    because
    i’m alone
    with a cut connection
    and silence.

    By Minsoo on 11.08.2014

  12. i don’t know what else to say
    static is the emptiness in the way
    i stir my coffee silently too scared
    to look up at your face so unaware
    of anything im thinking
    its not what it used to be
    it used to be alive
    now we are dead, static

    By jessie URL on 11.08.2014

  13. i am tired of writing about static
    i want to write about wonder
    about waves
    why do all the words I think of start with w?
    word starts with w too
    we start with w
    we start with wonder
    and we turn into whatever we choose

    By jessie URL on 11.08.2014

  14. everything in the world is static. no matter how far you stretch your eyes and above that mountain top, you begin to realise how everything will always stay the same. Even if you check up on your view from time to time, and see some buildings fall, and see some leaves change color, and see the tides rise. For the most part, everything looks the same.

    By Sofie URL on 11.08.2014

  15. The static electricity was doing wonders with my hair, follicle upon follicle standing on end. I didn’t know what to make of this room – everything was bright, metallic, and very much packed with energy. I tried to pull my sister’s baseball cap over my head, but something seemed to repel it away from my bristling locks. Whatever this lab had inside it, it was powerful.

    By Belinda Roddie URL on 11.08.2014

  16. sigh-
    the
    arising
    tides
    in
    colour

    By M on 11.08.2014

  17. was it the voice of white wolf that whispered your name to me now
    or is it simply the salt and pepper grain of noise that
    only whispers traces of existence?
    you are black lightning spider,
    I am your white static queen.

    By Marissa URL on 11.09.2014

  18. Static in physics means no charge

    By Zahra URL on 11.09.2014

  19. As she walked down the sidewalk her dress was so full of static it clung to her legs so snugly that she was embarrassed . She couldn’t help but notice the looks she was receiving, and the smiles from an occasional man which made her embarrassment all the worse.

    By marylou wynegar URL on 11.09.2014

  20. Static. Static lightning crackles through my brain like a whip, white static noise shakes through my consciousness like a green tidal wave and I can’t take it it washes over me it is beautiful.
    My mind is static emotions all jumbled and when I look at others I see static but some time the static forms a face and I see their eyes.

    By emptyroomheart URL on 11.09.2014

  21. static

    Thinking tv…radios… obvious stuff… static cling. hair… clothes… shock from rug, walking on… shock from touch person, sometimes. static is bad, it seems. pain or something not working or negative. But really, it is a release of energy. that is not directed where the person would like it. It is an annoyance. It is something not working the way people want it to. And it makes a sound… a crackling sound. And that annoys people too.

    By NQ on 11.09.2014

  22. static

    Thinking tv…radios… obvious stuff… static cling. hair… clothes… shock from rug, walking on… shock from touch person, sometimes. static is bad, it seems. pain or something not working or negative. But really, it is a release of energy. that is not directed where the person would like it. It is an annoyance. It is something not working the way people want it to. And it makes a sound… a crackling sound. And that annoys people too.

    By Noisy Quiet on 11.09.2014

  23. Static causes thinks to stick to you- so as odd as this word is to me- I’m choosing to believe I’m static to everything good intended for my life – everything good amazing and prosperous will stick with me in this new year and my life and those things that aren’t good will not be attracted to me and they will fall off- believing for good positive prosperous encouraging static that only attracts those things or similar

    By Cris Zimmerman on 11.09.2014

  24. static, as in the static on a television screen on a dead channel.or static on a radio station that is to far away

    By Jennifer England on 11.09.2014

  25. Unmoving. Unmovable, Calm, Thoughtful, Or are you boring? A stick in the mud? Or scratchy itchy snow on the TV? Relentless and consistent. A an unmoving mess. A cloud or chaos, that is reliably, unsurprisingly present.

    By Beth URL on 11.09.2014

  26. A life that is static is either boring or useless. A life that counts is one that is full of ups and downs. No meaningful life can really be static.

    By Adeleke David URL on 11.09.2014

  27. Flickering movements never going anywhere. Echoes of what could be. Love, life. Signifies the ending of something great, a video tape, a record.

    By Jordan on 11.09.2014

  28. Flipping brainwaves
    like channels, not even
    given the chance to
    settle past static
    and blurs to form… what?

    a mess on the floor, pill-ridden
    and bones rattling like wind chimes
    and frostbitten teeth, as hands act
    the dream catchers, cradling,
    to bring my insides to bay?

    I fell for that once before;
    I won’t be falling for you anymore.

    By Pandatry URL on 11.09.2014

  29. Static. What is static? Is it the vision of an empty screen on the television? Is it the sound you hear when the stereo’s turned off? Or is the sound you hear inside you’re head when you can no longer hear the voices?

    By Chloe on 11.09.2014

  30. My life. Words are not. Their noise in a wave that some people can’t hear.

    By NPCarter on 11.09.2014

  31. The static cling of her skin to mine was inescapable. I needed to be there, as I had no choice in the matter; I was stuck. Knowing this, she used my plight in her favor.

    By Claire on 11.09.2014

  32. The static cling of her skin to mine was inescapable. I needed to be there, as I had no choice in the matter; I was stuck. Knowing this, she used my plight in her favor.
    In doing so, I assumed I was her favorite. Her favorite what, though?
    Unfortunately, I recently acquired the answer I dreaded: I was her pet.

    By A Tree Hugger URL on 11.09.2014

  33. My grandfather in Virginia used to watch TV with white static so cloudy that I didn’t know how he could see the program. But he would watch it, and laugh as if it were as clear as bell.

    By marylou wynegar URL on 11.09.2014

  34. When i went to the grocery there was a long line. This line was not moving at all. I stood there for over thirty minutes waiting to cash. The cashier seemed to be having problems with the linx machine. I should have joined another line.

    By Nykesi on 11.09.2014

  35. Static is my atmosphere when I smoke. I sate my statement while being static like a stationary statue in a vigilent state. I state my mind, I state my status, I stay around. Statistically I’m the one.

    By Robert Erdos URL on 11.09.2014

  36. I do not feel myself moving anymore.
    Stuck forever
    within this state of loneliness and crippling anxiety
    pining for something

    anything.
    I do not move forwards, nor backwards.
    I long to wear a smile

    By Andrea URL on 11.09.2014

  37. The inside of the hotel room was silent, not a person moved through the dusty interior. She walked up to an old desk and rang the bell. It chirped quietly, but for the most part seemed to be broken. After a minute and old man emerged from the door behind the desk.

    By rach on 11.09.2014

  38. Satire, satire, static
    In simplicity we write no more
    In simplistic nature , we cry no more
    Static cries oh do we live in a world of fear
    Or do we swim with our lives
    Do we easy or do we die?
    Static death
    Static life
    The two are not different
    One must have another
    And we must live
    Surprised

    By Anthony Ross - stopbeingsilly.blogspot.ca URL on 11.09.2014