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THE WEATHER WAS TREACHEROUS, WIND BLEW SAVAGELY AGAINST THE HULL AS THE WAVES ROARED INCESSANTLY.
By RACHEL on 07.06.2008
The woman came to the door and knocked. In her purse was a tiny gun. He would answer, and she would smile sweetly,. He would let her in. She would receive the invitation and take the drink he offered. She would smile. He would sit next to her, and put an arm around her, draw her in.
she would take out her gun and shoot! dead!
By Heidi on 07.06.2008
it’s all treacherous! I sit on the bench in the park and see you all, staring at me with your jagged eyes! you will hurt me! you will kill me! I can’t see you, I dare not look at you. I will talk to myself about this, this conspiracy to take me down. You are dangerous! you are treacherous. I can’t look at you, you won’t be true. You are lies, and illness and pain. you are too much to bear
treacherous is the terrain around moscow. treacherous is the space in my head – the thoughts against me. my thoughts against me. treacherous is the the toll on my body and my love.
By kb on 07.06.2008
I fell into the hole without seeing it. Screaming for aid and in pain, I reached up. She’s there, I thought. She’s up there and I just need to touch her. Mitzy’s face peered into the hole, breathed on me and stared. “Paw”, Mitzy. “I need ‘paw’.” She stared. She heard a noise, more compelling than a scream, and turned away to investigate.
By Jacqueline Sapp on 07.06.2008
leechers are coming filthy leechers invading everything. Like locusts they swarm the universe with their mystical powers they are big very big.
Yeah but without them we cannot live.
By Ben on 07.06.2008
These days, there is treachery everywhere. Maybe it has something to do with the belief that we will never get what we want unless we mislead others into not wanting or thinking they can’t get something. The individual has become obscenely more important than the whole. THAT is treachery.
By Aimee on 07.06.2008
I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT THIS WORD MEANS. WELL ACTUALLY I DO, I MEAN I DEFINATELY TOOK MY SATS AND I STUDIED THIS WORK BEFORE SO MAYBE IF I RACK MY BRAIN HARD ENOUGH I WILL COME UP WITH A DECENT DEFINITION. AFTTER ALL, HAVING LEARNED IN AP PSYCHOLOGY THAT MEMORIES ARE RETAINED IN YOUR BRAIN YET ARE SIMPLY HARDER TO RECALL AT A CERTAIN POINT I AM ALMOST POSITIVE THAT THIS DEFINITION IS AVAILABLE. NO BUT IT MEANS TO BE BAD.
By LENA on 07.06.2008
I remember camping in the mountains of North Carolina and visiting several sights with waterfalls and mountain streams. The rock climbing was exciting and yet treacherous at times. My children were young at the time and continue to bring up the memories to this day. I know that the experiences they had on the trips to the mountains influenced the way they are today. I miss the fun and time spent with family and truly look forward to spending time with grandchildren, if and when they come along.
Anyone can adventure the mountains and experience any level of fun and excitement. We all talk about saving the environment and need to get out and enjoy it more. I am planning on getting back to having fun now that I am close to retiring.
By sue on 07.06.2008
this makes me think of the actions of Democrat/liberal/youth protesters today in America.
Try to find some good in the country that has given you all the freedoms you have. Realize our country needs to b defended.
By Dave on 07.06.2008
Treacherous is an english word. English is not my native language. All I think of is quotes from movies like: “treacherous waters!” I think that sound cool, or, atleast funny.
By funnyguy on 07.06.2008
Deadley, killing and everything about turning on someone. Like a trench except it is erous. Applies only to teachers.
By Noah on 07.06.2008
Wow. That is a very hard word for a first – timer. The only thing I thought of when I saw it was, “Am I treacherous?” Is that even the correct grammar? Hmmm. How many seconds left? Gah! I have nothing more to say. This is fun, though. Really keeps the juice flowing.
By Aisa on 07.06.2008
painful never ending
never quite finishing
beyond my own control
pushing my limits
though never quite making it
long difficult journeys
prolonged by obstacles
By alexa on 07.06.2008
The woman attacked her husband with a metal cullinder as she saw him with another woman. She thought to herself, what a treacherous man! He was MEAN!
By Sara Halliday on 07.06.2008
I awoke to find the place adorned with flowers.
I knew he couldn’t resist.
By d on 07.06.2008
the forest was treacherous and i was scared to walk through it. but my shaman said i had to or i would never learn the ways of the trees. so i closed my eyes and slowly walked on through. suddenly i saw flying colors and winged animals. i knew then what i had to do.
By orana velarde on 07.06.2008
I just recently saw a video of a man skiing and parachuting at the same time over snow-capped, rock-littered mountain ranges.
I don’t know whether I could do such a thing.
By Khinezar on 07.06.2008
i don’t know what this word means but it sounds pretty good , i really should improve my knowledge of English vocabulary , i’m so fucking french..
By florent on 07.06.2008
a division of Identity Crisis, Inc.