Prose, poetry, fiction, and rambles from people with a bit too much time on their hands.

With great eloquency, we wage our woes.

Ever notice how we don’t think much of things if they’re an expected thing?

Like dreams. Nothing special, they happen every night. It’s completely normal. But since when was going comatose for several hours,  hallucinating vividly, and then suffering minor amnesia over the whole event considered “normal”? It’s not. But it happens all the time. So we don’t think much of it at all. Funny stuff.

I don’t have much to talk about. At least not anything I feel like publishing on the internet for the world to see.

Umm.. I’m making quite the turn around in school. And I’m rather happy with that. As are my parents , friends, love interest, etc. I’m writing music. And life’s just getting better. So no complaints here.

In fact, I’d like to hear your complaints/accomplishments.

So, how was your day?


One Comment on “With great eloquency, we wage our woes.”

  1. Oblivimark says:

    I think because our brains need oxygen, and because of the whole photosynthesis night-time thing there is a lack of oxygen being produced, making us go all light-headed and fall asleep.

    Then we see all these crazy pictures.

    So it’s like getting high. 😀

    But anyway.
    Um. My day’s alright. D:

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