Postings with tag: imperfection
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Wrote this after talking with my friend Elaina about my ex. She told me I'm human so I make mistakes and if my ex can't love me because of that than I don't deserve her and she doesn't deserve my love because it is too grande for her. I responded…
It is said that Human beings are one of the most perfect beings of the universe, but are they? Read how the thirst of a man of science, struggling in a word, creatures and era of science, an era at which it is the uttermost competition! An era at which…
This is a small poem that I thought up one day. It's a kind of philosophy, I suppose. I know that it starts a bit childish, but keep reading. It gets better as you go, I promise. I hope you all enjoy it!
This was directed more to my friend.. well my old best friend, also some different events did alter it as well. well anyways hope you enjoy, WARNING: didn't really read over it, so not too sure if it makes sense or not, just kind of went with my mood :p
This is just a poem that may have many meanings to many people. I will not say what it meant to me when I wrote it I want you as the reader to read it and leave what you think it meant. Pleas and thank you. Lots of love-Me.
They always made sure to tell me I wasn’t perfect. Maybe they whispered it to me while I was sleeping, or communicated it with there dry, loveless gazes. No matter how they told me it was always clear: You are flawed...
The world has hit a state of perfection. There is no mental illnesses, and they're battling out physical sickness. Perfection. Prolonging. But the Institute of Hush, has something else to say about this. They plan to re-introduce the darkside of life.
August 26, 2010
I Just Wish I Was Perfect. Isn't That What Everyone Wishes? I Just Want To Be Perfect. Perfect In Anything. Even If It Means I Am Perfectly Imperfect. :)
KEIRA IN THE CHEVAL GLASS ties together the issues of social anxiety, imperfection, broken dreams, and new beginnings in this dramatic coming-of-age novel. A twenty-four-year-old woman seems to have an ideal life with beauty and a successful career. Yet she struggles with accepting her flaws, including social anxiety issues, and…
Girls in general, are very hard to descirbe. In books and films, we always see these stereotypical girls who know exactly who they are. But in life, it's not always like that. This poem is just how I see myself- and how I found that imperfection doesn't always have to…
Editorial and Opinion
September 19, 2007
This is my version of National Public Radio's "This I Believe" portion. It was originially for an english essay, but I decided to post it. It was written as a speech, and not an essay, so I hope people see my short, fragmented writing as a stylistic choice, and not…