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You fall sometimes, you falter at others
your knees may scuff or your hair fall out of place
but no matter what, you must pull yourself to your feet
and keep on the journey, whatever your pace.
By teachthegirl URL on 10.16.2014
Sometimes i falter when I try to do something good for someone. I usually have good intentions so sometimes i misconstrue my good intentions.
By Amber Daughdrill on 10.16.2014
Ein Falter ist ein Schmetterling. Er wird aber nicht Schmetterling genannt. Denn er ist kein anmutiges, hübsches, ansehliches Tierchen, sondern ein kräftiges, kleines Fluginsekt.
By g1n4g on 10.16.2014
I am faltering
In my smiles
Tied up with the strings
And of standards
It is wavering
I know you see it
With the eyes
Of a thousand spirits
It can be free
Can it not
By kl on 10.16.2014
And he tripped over the loose shoelace; she caught the desperation in his eyes and paused.
By Lapulta on 10.16.2014
I will not falter.
I will not give in.
Failure this time, is not an option.
I will not falter.
My father left us behind.
My mother was left for dead.
But I will not falter.
I will push through the crowd.
Through the waterfall of humanity.
I will not falter.
I will live on.
By Cameron Osbourne on 10.16.2014
to falter is to make mistakes, something every human does and something that shouldn’t be looked down upon. In school having straight A’s is an achievement, but to have an imperfect grades means you are faltering, picking yourself back up, and trying again, something much more important than knowing everything in advance.
By Christian on 10.16.2014
fail. break down. when you falter, you alter. and then you get back up. the opposite of falter is strength. be strong, don’t falter.
By Betsy Jones on 10.16.2014
i would never have been able to stay on path. she was my everything. now shes just a memory i wish she were always here. i grew to attached and she left. what happned to our promises!! does love mean nothing.
By Alex on 10.16.2014
You begin to falter in your orations, your ankles shaking beneath your bold, black boots. The crowds are waiting, fists still raised. They’re waiting to chant your name. But to do that, they must hear of the Great Truth. And what is the Great Truth? That you control the seas like Poseidon with his trident. And your New Order shall form an empire that will not sink like Atlantis. But you are realizing, with the microphone squeaking from your hesitant breaths, that the tide is already pulling you and your regime in.
By Belinda Roddie URL on 10.16.2014
i went over to the bridge and had a question on the tip of my tongue. i couldn’t remember the memory that triggered it. It felt as though i woke up with it already in my mind and it found the right moment to come out. i opened my mouth and closed my eyes. the sun bathed my skin in radiance, but nothing came out. i exhaled and sighed
By matt on 10.16.2014
She started walking up the stairs, one foot in front of the other. At the tenth step she faltered, she glanced behind her, but of course no one was there. She tried to make herself move forward, to reach her destination. But ever since that day she hadn’t been able to do it, she would get this far and every time she would falter. Never able to go up that last step.
By Lily on 10.16.2014
I fell behind. I wasn’t sure how to proceed. I faltered in my response to him, as I did not feel I could speak the truth. I falter when I try to implement new programs. The unfamiliarity of it all comes crashing down. I get a hiccup in my giddy-up.
By Cara Herkamp URL on 10.16.2014
her father never faltered to answer her questions until now. what did he know about her mother and where she had been. who could she even trust? her mother was after her powers, her newest friend betrayed her and now her father might know the key to everything.
By feliciadelaawesome URL on 10.16.2014
Faltering fire within me
When will you cease no more?
When will my spirit fight again?
Faltering fire within me
I beg, return once more!
By Brendan Stoneham URL on 10.16.2014
I cannot falter.
By Jason on 10.16.2014
Falter. That pretty much describes the state of my life for the past few years. Commitment to everything was faltering. Bills were not being paid. Deadlines were missed. Relationships failed.
By Charla on 10.16.2014
Falter. That pretty much describes the state of my life for the past few years. Commitment to everything was faltering. Bills were not being paid. Deadlines were missed. Relationships failed. Just one missed responsibility after another. How have I become less responsible as I’ve aged?
sometimes I falter… but don’t we all?
I try not to dread on it too much
for I know I’m only human
and humans err
humans are humans
By CD on 10.16.2014
If I should stumble, will you catch my fall? Or will I land in the gutter with nowhere to go? Let me not falter at my duties, but rather be victorious in the game of life.
By carol epstein on 10.16.2014
Eating another piece of pie. Why would I bother even trying to stay on this god damned diet. I’m doomed to falter in any attempt at stopping this emotional reactionary eating. I need to die.
By Karen on 10.16.2014
As I walk up to the stage I could feel my steps faltering, it made me think of all the famous people in history I wonder how many times did they feel like all they were doing was just a bunch of faltering ideas upon faltering ideas.
By Hope Strubs on 10.16.2014
They doubted her and perhaps they were right to but I…I could not. I knew her too well, knew that she would die before she’d falter, before she’d fail. It wasn’t in her to give any less than all of herself to the cause, our cause, HER cause.
By S.C. Lovelace on 10.16.2014
It’s a trip, a step, another stumble… he hits the ground and it shakes with fright. His tongue is lolling, swelling too big for his mouth, and what should have been “I’m sorry” comes out “It was only a matter of time.”
By darseyrsm URL on 10.16.2014
It was when she looked into his eyes and began to speak that her words began to falter, for she knew her emotions could not express the love she felt.
By marylou wynegar URL on 10.16.2014
Standing at the gate, I faltered. Beyond was a life of untold dreams, lovers, and aspirations, but where I was existed a life of complacency, devotion, and security. Do I make the leap to whomever awaits me on the other side, or do I fall graciously into the arms of people I know accept me?
By Kumquat on 10.16.2014
With these steps, I do. We light fires without them ever catching flame upon us. You sit beside me, glowing, and my embers ash into nothing but cold coals. I know this is true, I know it must be. But still, I stumble, I falter, I make blind motions without knowing, that they always seem to lead me to a seat or place beside you.
By MorganLovell URL on 10.16.2014
I really think faltering in any case could be seen as a learning experience. You learn from your mistakes so you don’t falter in the future.
By Collin on 10.16.2014
Intros into this line of thinking often causes one to #falter and question what they believe. But that is exactly what proves his guilt. Unfortunately the council will come to clarity too late. #OneWord @oznolem
By Oz Nolem URL on 10.16.2014
I can’t falter on this journey. I’ve come way too far to drop the ball – again. This is the ultimate test of my resolve and of my commitment to getting things done. I will do everything in my power to make it happen – I will make it happen. And when I do, then there’s only way to go from there – UP. Higher and higher. I can do this.
By Ayesha_A on 10.16.2014
I felt my step falter. I had been moving evenly – left foot, right foot, left foot, right foot, left, right, left, left. I glanced back at my followers, at my friends, and their eyes went a little bit questioning, as if they hadn’t noticed a thing, and they were wondering why I looked at them so alarmingly. But was that it? Was it really?
I shrugged, turned back, and kept walking.
I was their leader. I couldn’t be weak. No matter what.
By a terrible poet on 10.16.2014
There’s a refrain. I hear it all the time. It’s never the same way twice.
But I don’t falter.
No, not this time.
Although the next? Who’s to say as it’s sometimes hard to keep it in the lines.
By Intuition on 10.16.2014
Her brain falters
her words stutter
and everything falls apart
She was walking along the busy streets. Pushing past the faces, blank, staring into smartphones, headphones in, talking to the air, hailing cabs, shouting at fellow pedestrians or listening to their music.
By Emily on 10.16.2014
He had made a mistake. He found himself falling, falling, into the deep dark blackness of the pit. His scream was ripped form his throat and all the thoughts were torn from his mind. Nothing. There was nothing except blackness. This small falter would cost him his life.
By Lala on 10.16.2014
am i supposed to draw something? this is annoying and stupid and after this im getting off this site. I am bored. I have no idea what a falter is and my time is almost up weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
By ewqqq on 10.16.2014
two steps down the stairs and then five more, a stretching pavement. the wind was cold and we made snowmen out of dried dirt, painting each other’s faces in freeing winter mud. we knew our steps wouldn’t falter as we made it to the stream. we dipped our hands in the water and fell asleep on the rocks. in the morning it was warm.
By leland URL on 10.16.2014
Stumbling, bumbling stutter about
stagger through the dusty grout
set upon those dog worn pages
scattered across my rusty prose
cast about what seems clear
failure near this distant repair
By Protean on 10.16.2014
“I’m just saying that you should –”
His thoughts skipped a spoke and reduced to a jangle of clockwork, winding down. ‘You… wait. What?”
“I slept with them.”
By Whitney Prince on 10.16.2014
Megumi broke under the weight of her burden. Just for a moment, she was brought to a knee. She breathed, demanding her body be equal to her spirit and to the task, and in a moment, she was walking forward again.
By Peter Wester on 10.16.2014
a division of Identity Crisis, Inc.