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March 25th, 2011 | 160 Entries

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  1. I live in a structured household. I’ve never been outside of Los Angeles. I’ve never been happy with the fact that I am not allowed to express myself freely. I’ve never been allowed to get out of this town.

    To be crazy.

    By sunny URL on 03.25.2011

  2. force your mass beneath the walls
    and tear these roots from cracked yards
    in which water, even, refuses to run.
    scrape away the remnants of structure
    and laugh to the tune of the hopeful winds.

    By kalena URL on 03.25.2011

  3. You have to have a good structure to build a building. I will just say stuff about structure because I have NO idea what structured is! Stru/ture.

    By KAT on 03.25.2011

  4. I can’t stand it. I can’t stand this structured life. I want to leave. Now.

    A rusty old pickup truck, $200, a map, and all the clothes I can carry in one bag. Heaven. I’m off to the wilderness. Screw your structures. Screw you, too.

    By Kat Vang URL on 03.25.2011

  5. some things can be structured. love, a foundation, a life. What does it truely mean though? Structured it can mean anything. It can be structured poorly, like the wiseman on the shore, or strongly, like the on on the rock. live your life, love, and structure ith confidence, and strength.

    By Chloe on 03.25.2011

  6. i have already recieved this word prior to my present word which is the same as the one i just had.
    this is obviously not a very structured website.
    although, oneword..
    i will give you another chance. <3

    By Chloe on 03.25.2011

  7. your body is electric
    with electric currents running through your veins, your cells and your toes; with dainty pastels covering your porcelain skin – you are beautifully structured and i can’t take my eyes off of you

    By madeleine on 03.25.2011

  8. I need structure…. I feel like my entire life has been a mess, and I need something to hold me together. I just can’t keep living like this. I hate being alone. I hate feeling like this.

    I just want to feel whole.

    By mdnicol URL on 03.25.2011

  9. We structured the day to allow for some quiet time in addition to the group activities and lectures which normally fill a conference.

    By Sara URL on 03.25.2011

  10. the periodic table is the most structured thing I can think of, the simple beauty of the rows and columns, the math that explains how each element forms the next one blows my mind every time I see it. I can read the periodic table as its own form of literature that moves me in amazing ways like a good read should.

    By Ryukhin URL on 03.25.2011

  11. Our lives seem so structured. School is structured. Work is structured. Growing up is structured. Why can’t we just get away from it? Run around naked through the desert with the one person you can’t get enough of. No rules. Just you and the solitude of the sand rushing in between your toes. That should be life. Unstructured and free.

    By Kajsa Vlasic on 03.25.2011

  12. The building stood erect with the elegant beauty that could only be fully appreciated by the best of architects. Its intricate detail and unique curvatures lended it as one of the most inspiring pieces of artwork today. Even those who were ignorant of the art of architecture recognized its distinct structure; however, they were unable to identify with what really made it stand out. I, of course, saw it for exactly what it was. I, its creator, saw everything.

    By Emily on 03.25.2011

  13. The well structured diorama represented a small tea garden in rural japan. The tea house was a delicate white with a surrounding scenery of green shrubs and a flowing stream of pure crystal-like water that reflected the sky perfectly. A Shishi Odoshi softly tipped back and forth, warning off any unwanted creatures from the general layout. Rocks lay on the even surface, rakes having been used to create the effect of ripples.

    By Kaeliea URL on 03.25.2011

  14. the structrued sentence is very structured. ok honestly? who makes up these weords we’re supposed to write about? what the ehck im done cuz idk waht else to say. geeeez who cares about being structured…..?

    By Luz Peredo-muniz URL on 03.25.2011

  15. It doesn’t care to be structured, nor contained. It can’t abide rules or regulations. Infuriated by routine and order..alas, my brain cares only for flitting and skipping.

    By RJH URL on 03.25.2011

  16. The cyclopean structure jutted out of the swirling nether that hung over the landscape like a bloodied rag. Atop it, cultists danced and reveled over the corpses of their sacrifices that hung from intestinal chains.

    By NeptunianKraken URL on 03.25.2011

  17. too well-structured things can serve as great convenience for the majority of people in society but for a silent majority, more precisely for those who are part of the structure, they can be the very cause of insanity.

    By kaori on 03.25.2011

  18. There is no point in structuring programs made for kids.

    Plan, plan, plan – but what does it get you?

    A group of kids who aren’t even remotely interested in what you wanted to teach them about.

    Light, open planning is about as structured as you can get and you have to be ready for full flexibility at all times. If not, structure will hurt – not help you.

    By Meganz URL on 03.25.2011

  19. I am not a structured person. I can be but in the end I am not. I stick to routines in the day so that can be structure but I also have things I want to do and things I need to do and I often don’t manage my priorities so that to me isn’t very structured. But I have goals. Is that structured? It is a very broad term.

    By Danielle URL on 03.25.2011

  20. Structured. Evile. Disturbing how I have to stay within the limits. But also somewhat comfortable. I can work within and around and through structure, make it bend to my will.
    I’m sounding like a slytherin.
    Muahahahaha.
    Structured is nothing.
    done with time
    to spare

    By Richard Swift URL on 03.25.2011

  21. structured days
    routine
    up at 9
    (okay, maybe 10, sometimes 11)
    open the shades
    let in the sun
    be happy for a moment
    do some art
    food
    back to the art
    chats
    more art
    good music
    a cuppa hot apple cider
    and the last of the strong sunlight
    internet and movies
    close the shades
    keep out the night
    lovey dovey talking
    drift off to sleep
    routine
    structured days

    By littleblackbear URL on 03.25.2011

  22. We live in this well structured society right? You think my grades would be well structured my room clean my hair flawless…however i dont fit in…i’m not the well structured human…i dont know anyone who is…what is structure? Surely it’s just a guideline to how things should be… but what would i know?

    By wizardjedi URL on 03.25.2011

  23. My life has no structure. I have a crazy erratic mother. she has so many different version I never know which on of her I will get. My life revolves around my mother I must change my ways to please her for someday she loves when I “express” myself and other I must go back to room and changeher

    By Emilyily on 03.25.2011

  24. The house was structured to deal with anything. Bombs, fires, tornadoes, hurricanes, and more. No one understood it, but it was certainly the talk of the town. However, no one actually wanted to live in the house. As anyone could assume, it seemed our of the norm, and a little scary; a house, indestructible, random, origin not known. Who would want to live such a mysterious house? Well that question was answered in the most extravagant way.

    By Adrienne on 03.25.2011

  25. All of your classes have been reformatted to comply with the new federal law. From this point forward, fun is prohibited on school grounds. Smiling is strictly prohibited, and laughter may result in detention, suspension, or expulsion.

    By Alex Ander URL on 03.25.2011

  26. structured was the last adjective she’d use to describe her thoughts. with no rhyme or reason, they bounced around in every which way, and as hard as she tried, she couldn’t fix it. some things never change.

    By Sarah URL on 03.25.2011

  27. I don’t care about structure. Except i’d like to have my own place with everything the way I want it. That’s it. Otherwise, nobody cares. Who cares? Nobody. I don’t.

    By Ross M on 03.25.2011

  28. even if you see that you can feel free
    the helmet is tight in the well
    hav eto be confident

    By angelo on 03.25.2011

  29. struc creates one sound yet it is made up of 4 letters. the str seem to come all together while the u pulls it out and it ends in a c. tured has just as many letters but ends quicker. once again the t is pulled by the u ending in red which is one sound! where is the e? it’s barely even there.

    By Lita URL on 03.25.2011

  30. i live a very structured life, and by God, it’ll be the death of me. structure rules out and dictates so many precious nooks and crannies of everyone’s lives, it’s amazing we just sit by and let it happen. what’s meant to be free…. isn’t. when humanity decides to break the shackles we’ve forged ourselves shall be a day of true enlightenment.

    By Sam URL on 03.25.2011

  31. A structured life, is a worthless one. You have to be liberated and free to make your choices, because if you are structured you have to make those choices based on the structure. So do you get to do what you want with your life? I don’t think so.

    By Ruth URL on 03.25.2011

  32. don’t tell me about structure.
    my life is simultaneously
    structured and completely
    aimless.
    i wouldn’t think that was possible
    but it’s the very structure that
    makes me realize its
    uselessness.

    By Tabitha URL on 03.25.2011

  33. aaaggg

    By coral on 03.25.2011

  34. I would like to say that I was the spontaneous kind of person. But sadly I am not. My life has a surprising amount of structure to it. I like my order, I enjoy the patters in my daily living. I enjoy getting up on the morning and knowing just exactly I will accomplish that day. Short notices plane changes often stress me out. I am incapable of deviating from my mental check list during the day. I hate toughs little disruptions that throw me off track. Thats just the way I work.

    By Rose URL on 03.25.2011

  35. A structured life was not what she aspired to have, but neither did she want a chaotic existence. It was a dilemma she often struggled with.

    By chriss URL on 03.25.2011

  36. The building was structured sturdily so that I felt safe within its thick concrete walls. Even as the ground shook and the furniture went flying I could appreciate the strength and manpower that went into its creation and for once I was glad.

    By prolli on 03.25.2011

  37. I’ve disciplined my life to be so structured that I misplaced you.
    I somehow didn’t see you blatantly standing right in front of me,
    Not until you began to leave;
    Leave this place that I created and then absent mindedly left vacant.
    I lost sight of something impeccably imperative. Can you see it?
    I’m late for some incredibly important date. Do you know it?
    I’m intensely industrious, and forgot apart of myself. Can you find it?
    My structure is the affair that I have fallen into.

    By Mae URL on 03.25.2011

  38. I’m not a very structured person when it comes to organization. That’s probably the reason why I tend to screw up most of the time. I just like ideas popping out of the blue and applying it directly to what I’m doing without even putting them in a right structure first.

    By Alaykka URL on 03.26.2011

  39. Like a Greek God. Chiseled muscles, sure posture, soulful look into the distance… one must wonder who the architect of this incredible structure is. It is obvious, to some, but still, I wonder…

    By Kendra on 03.26.2011

  40. If I said everything right
    Structured myself to your dreams
    If I became all those people you wanted me to be
    I’d still find a way of disappointing you

    By Sam URL on 03.26.2011