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Depression This is about my depression. If you read this much, please read it all, it's a little insulting if you don't bother. (what are watchers for if not to look at their dev watches deviations?)
Thanks in advance.
I hate the people who just tell me I'm upset, or it'll all be ok, or I know how you feel- unless they are in the same bullet ridden, sinking boat in a sea full of hungry demons I am. The ones who tell me crying and self harming and starving is attention seeking, when in reality I'd rather hide away from everyone. Except I yearn for someone to be with.
Sorrow and an ache in my chest fills my day. My limbs throb in pain, every step becomes a chore. I cannot run, breath escapes my lungs far faster than I can drag it in. It feels like knives are stabbing relentlessly through my insides. This is not fake... This is real, and constant, but I've learned to live with this pain. Sometimes, it gets too much and I lie there on the floor whimpering, or I pass out fr
Unova Explains: Pokemon World Facts 1In the Pokémon world there are a total of 21 main regions: The "leagued" regions, or ones with a Pokémon League, are KoTo (Kanto-Johto), Hoenn, Sinnoh, Arkia, Unova, Kalos, Aeroic, Strikua, Exxox, Bellu-Tarin, and Werik. The "resort" regions are not full continents. Some have leagues of their own, but are not vast enough to be considered in Conferences and other tourneys. These are Holon, the Orange archipelago, and the Sevii Islands. These are often treated as training resorts for big-name trainers. The others of this group are simply without a league for various reasons. These are Almia, Orre, Fiore, and Oblivia. Lastly, the "uncharted" regions are continents that have been only slightly explored by the modern world. Ones like Torneir and Terrevene just simply decided to remain independent long ago, and thus are still out there across rough waters, still ruled by a king and queen and still living in what we would call medieval ways. Flaske and the Outer Boundaries are
How to make gourmet (In just 20 simple steps!)1. First; you get a pie. Any old pie can do, but preferably one with cheese in it. (Note: Make sure that it isn’t actually classed as ‘old’)
2. Wrap it in bacon. Make sure that if there are air-pockets, fill them up with batter and mushrooms and honey-chicken. Stuff like that.
3. Deep-fry it. You don’t microwave it, grill it, or bake it in the oven, you HAVE to deep-fry it. If it’s calories you’re wanting, then this is most definitely the way to go! Add batter for good measure.
4. Now you drizzle cheese all over it. This has to be done just after you’ve taken it out of ze deep fryer, preferably while it’s still hot. If you experiment with lots of different cheeses, you can make pretty pictures and a combination of tastes!
5. Now add battered bread-crumbs. The melted cheese should help stick it all together
6. Fry up some mince-meat, and put that on too. Note; this doesn’t have to actually be mince-meat mince meat, it can just be any
Conlang Challenge September 2014 in IserenDíi táannáxh katsgán.
I went via bear.
Díi duus chíin taláa hllngang.
My cat can eat fish.
Ian xín díigwii kya’áang.
My name is Ian.
Díina dáa xwútl’ang.
I love you.
Hybrid Assignment For Western CivilizationWhat?
I choose to review the creation myths of the ancient city of Mesopotamia. I analyzed The Epic of Gilgamesh and Mesopotamia Creation Myths; Earth, Gods and Humans provided through the Western Civilization with Coursemate e-text. The way that the myths worked in ancient Mesopotamia were a way of recording the fleeting wills of gods and those who worshiped them in temples within large cities. Each temple was manned by priests and priestesses who were charged with the main care of the God who was thought to reside in this temple. The gods of Mesopotamia were many, consisting of many lesser deities with a main core of god and goddesses who were part of a pantheon or a family of close knit group who would lead and rule over the entirety of the land. The pantheon consisted of Enki god of the life-giving water worshipped in the town of Eridu at the mouth of the Euphrates. Nanna the moon god was worshiped in a temple at the Ur river where as in Urk a nearby town they wor
Tudo menos euÉ quando o silêncio me abafa que eu sinto que nunca estive a tempo no sitio certo; que nunca fui oportuno e perspicaz, que não percebi o tempo que o tempo leva a ser.
É quando o silêncio me agarra que eu sinto que nunca corri na direcção certa, no momento correcto; nunca nos instantes em que o devia ter feito, e em que nunca os devia ter largado.
É quando o silêncio me amordaça que eu sinto que nunca disse o que devia, quando e como devia; que nunca te disse o quanto gostava de ti quando era certo, e que nunca te disse que partisses quando era devido.
É quando o silêncio me engasga que eu sinto que nunca fui eu quando podia, e que fui outra coisa qualquer quando não devia; que nunca me mostrei a quem devia, e que me escondi na sombra quando a luz brilhava mais forte.
É quando o silêncio me abraça que eu sinto que sempre fui fugaz e que nunca fui inteiro; que deixei partir na corrente o que não devia, e
On Life with Dragons (Personal Narrative) It is the week before I move in to SFA, and I need a keychain. If I don’t get one, I will lose my keys. But the problem is, I have not the slightest idea of what I want on my keychain. I know there are some pretty cute anime- or Vocaloid- Legend-of-Zelda-themed ones out there, but I know not where to find them and neither do I know how much they cost. Probably a fortune, as far as keychains go.
We go to Walmart and find nothing. Legitimately nothing. Well, except for one, but it is a Duck Dynasty keychain. As I find Duck Dynasty unappealing, never will I ever watch that show, and never will I ever buy any of their merchandise. Next we head to Target, but on the way my dad decides to stop at Auto Zone to look for a keychain there. My family and I wander the store until I find the little end display—they had strode right past it, oblivious—and I scan their meager selection, albeit much larger than Walmart’s.
Ford, a pair o
To depression, for creating days without endWake up to the realization that you've been awake
for seconds, minutes, hours.
You've been awake in this warm, dark room
and you don't know how long it's been
but now you're conscious
and it starts again--
the pain, strong and steady, in your chest.
You gain consciousness in this too warm morning
and your thoughts whir in endless loops
because it's either that or face the weight in your chest.
Light breaks though the window, soft and unwelcome
but you take it as a reluctant gift--
a new distraction from the feelings awake in your chest.
Awake, but not conscious.
So you think yourself in circles a little while longer
waiting for those quiet pains
(the constant reminder)
to gain consciousness.
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