Postings with tag: indifference
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"The humiliated and ridiculed" is about our life experiences. We are all caught off guard every once in a while and that is when we get humiliated. We sometimes let that make us feel badly about our selves but we shouldn't. We should embrace the humiliation and learn from it.…
Anything's possible to this friendship... Which may also be the same as saying everything is impossible to this friendship. It was a tightrope they have believed that moving on and forgetting was clearly the same content, that no one wanted to forget and in the end no one was able…
A short poem. Just messing around. It take someone brave, egotistical and a little full of sh*t to write poetry. I think everyone grapples with contemplating how irrelevant they are in the grand stage of existence. This is a thought I had today.
Just through a deserted cornfield lies a sanctuary. She likes to go there to to get away from her indifferent existence. To get away from the pressure of society, from her parents and her meaningless job. That is when she doesn't go on on of the numerous dates her parents…
Suffer the little children. The dialogue in the cartoon above reads- Barack: We're going to war on Syria cause they poison children. Little Girl: So why don't you bomb Monsanto, Prick!
One man once said an indifferent country would fall, just as greed consumes the heart, indifference tears the land apart. An old poem from 28/02/10 pic 1 and pic 2-http://www.r3veblog.com/beautiful-illustrations-by-patipat-asavasena/
Inspired by a true story, White Schizophrenia is a light-hearted account about the delightful sides of mental illness. A mother and a daughters relationship is affected by an illness which takes over the mother's thinking, emotions, and behaviour. However, Lily is able to use her instability to create wonderful pieces…
What's a poor snowbank to do, tra la, what's a poor snowbank to do? It has no power, it waits upon the pleasure of humans, while at the mercy of them, of weather, of creatures, of the imponderables of life. Oh, what's a poor snowbank to do?
The poet is talking about a former boss who bullied people that worked under him. He was power drunk and abused his position; he never cared about the welfare of others. The poet could only see him as ‘the devil’ in the form of ‘a human skin’.
This poem is all about racism, indifference, colour, class, segregation people show towards other people they feel that are inferior. Showing indifference towards another person could cause psychological problems towards the person that is hated. The victim only dreams of when there will be equality and is waiting for a…
May 05, 2011
Song I wrote about one person not caring enough in the relationship, and the other finally realizing that it's okay to leave.
Hey everyone! First time posting in a while. This is a poem comparing the White House fields to the open fields next to the Somme River in France. For those of you who don't know, that was a site of one of the biggest and bloodiest battles in world war…
A girl called Leila, is someone who cannot cry or laugh, or show any emotions since she had seen her parents' ghostly white and lifeless, dead bodies in their living-room. She was only five. Not even a tear had fallen down her cheek, not once did her eyes well up.…
November 30, 2009
Brooke Nescott's disinterest in life is erased by a mysterious stranger.
I had this idea oddly, in a dream (not sure why) but I liked it. My intent is: It is the simple things (gumballs) in life that makes a person who and how they are. The slightest alteration cause changes. People always treat pregnancy as good (rightfully so), but once…