Author has written 90 stories for Life, General, Friendship, School, Song, General, Young Adult, Religion, Family, Thriller, Love, Nature, and Work.
Hey peeps, it's me, K's Moonshadow. Otherwise known as Elektra.
I write lots of poetry in the moment, and used to write a lot of stories too. I getting back into that now that I'm out of high school. I actually have a lot started, just not finished. I have them all finished in my head, but I'm sure you all know that the beginnings and the ends are the easy part, it's piecing them together in the middle that's so hard! But any suggestions you have are tanfrastic, or if you just want to speculate on what will happen next, that's cool too!
So now read my works please! It's mostly poems, and I think they're almost all angsty, sry about that. Oh yeah, just to warn you, I WAS (unfortunately) cutting for several years, so there's a few you might want to read with caution. Actually, I take that back. Most of them you should probably read with caution!! Otherwise please review! I love feedback, and I'll try to return the favor. Well, go ahead, start clicking and reading!! lmao.
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I'm most proud of these 5 poems:
Remember?: To my Brother
And my continuing story:
And if you want to know what my life is like (heaven forbid, lol) read
(if you dare...)
Here's a few of my fave quotes too: ;-P
"Perfection, as a concept, is inherently flawed."
"There's a little bit of truth behind every Just Kidding; a little curiousity behind every Just Wondering; a little knowledge behind every I Don't Know; and a little emotion behind every I Don't Care." Author Unknown
"When we forget ourselves, we usually do something everyone else remembers." Author Unknown
"The man who says it can’t be done is generally interrupted by someone doing it." Elbert Hubbard
"Life is all about ass: you’re either covering it, laughing it off, kicking it, kissing it, trying to get a piece of it, or acting like one."
"I'm not crazy. My reality is just different than yours." (and everyone else's... lol)
"I love acting. It's so much more real than life." (la verdad)
"Sometimes it is necessary To reteach a thing its loveliness." Galway Kinnell (yeah, but what if you don't have anyone to reteach you??)
"Poetry is not a turning loose of emotion but an escape from emotion." T.S. Elliot
"We are living in a world saturated with communication, on the verge of perishing for lack of it; a world smothered with words, hungry for one meaningful word; a world bombarded with data, rarely capable of sorting out the truth; and a world in which we can flash messages across the ocean by way of space, but one in which we find it difficult to get through to each other face to face." Roger Shinn
"There is no dignity in a society that encourages touching another person's body but not allowing that person to touch your heart." Dawn Eden
"There is a pleasure in poetic pains which only poets know." William Cowper
"Life is not easy for any of us. But what of that? We must have perseverance and above all confidence in ourselves." Marie Curie
"I never thought I would look back at the laughter and cry."
"How can you answer the question, 'What's wrong?' when nothing's right?"
"Life breaks most of us in the end, but afterwards some of us are strong in the broken places." Ernest Hemingway
"If the heart is still so hurt and broken, what right does the skin have to start to heal?"
"The tools of the mind become burdens when the environment which made them necessary no longer exists." Henri Bergson
"We promise according to our hopes and perform according to our fears." François, Duc de la Rochefoucauld
"To have suffered much is like knowing many languages: It gives the sufferer access to many more people." Author Unknown
"The manner in which one endures what must be endured is more important then the thing that must be endured." Dean Ackeson