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You're Like...You're like a shadow.
You stalk my emotions,
You're constantly on my mind.
Like a Sharpie marker--
Your mark won't go away,
Won't wash off.
You are there forever.
You're like a Greek God.
Hair a perfect fiery halo surrounding your beautiful face.
Eyes that sparkle like jewels no dollar could buy.
Tall, handsome God you are.
Accidentally brushing your fingertips against my knee as you walk by.
Winking at me in the halls.
That awkward smile that makes me want to be your number one fangirl.
You're like a cookie.
Sweet and sugary,
But something I'm not allowed to have.
It's too late.
You're up on the top shelf,
And I've suddenly become the size of a marble.
You're so far away,
But I still see your smile and your eyes.
You're like a game of Monopoly.
I can roll the dice as many times as I want,
But I'm never landin' on your square.
They say love's a game.
But it's a game I can never win.
You're like the sun.
Bright, happy laughs.
Great times spent together,
But baby, I'm just getting sunbur
I Dreamed I Was Falling Up....I fell awake last night and found myself tumbling into the clouds. It was a strange sensation, to be falling up. Normally, someone as klutzy as myself falls down-- usually the result of a shoelace or that annoying kid who can't keep their feet out of the path. But falling up, that's a whole new thing. The ground gets smaller, the clouds get bigger. For once, the stars swirling around my head are legit. Birds screech and swerve to avoid my oddly buoyant figure as I fall up. Kids look out their airplane windows and scream 'Look mommy! A flying girl!'
Up and up I go, never slowing. After a while, its boring. The air whistles in my ears, blowing my hair out of my face and burning my cheeks. I'm starting to wonder if I'll ever stop, or if I'll just go on forever in a swirling, whirling vortex of never-ending backwards free fall. I long for that sudden THUD of the ground, where it's a short drop and a sudden stop-- but without the rope.
"Please, just let me fall!" I shout. My wish is so huge
10 Will's Story"Can we stop now?"
"I said no."
Robert glared at Will as they continued to plod along the road. "I've decided I severely dislike you," he said moodily.
Will grinned. "Good, because I've decided I hate you."
"I thought girls were supposed to be weak and fluttery and fragile," Robert complained, shifting his pack to his right shoulder. "You're like one of those crazy rebel chicks who runs for miles and miles without stop."
"I thought boys were supposed to be tough," Will retaliated angrily, "And what do you know about rebel chicks? You grew up on a farm!"
Robert glared at her. "Oh, and you know more about 'rebel chicks' than I do?"
Will stopped, forcing Robert to do the same. She put a hand on her hip. "You know nothing about me, what I do, or what I know. Got it?" She stomped off down the path.
"Hey!" Robert shouted, jogging to catch up to her. "Okay, I don't know what I said or what I did, but I'm sorry. Why don't you explain."
Will looked at him briefly before veering
Under WonderlandI had been reading Alice In Wonderland for some weeks now. At once I realized I was hooked. Thinking that it would make the story more realistic, I wandered out to the garden. Sitting under the large oak tree, I opened the book once more.
A cough brought my attention to the rabbit sitting in front of me. To my surprise, the rabbit was holding a large pocket watch. Raising one white paw, the rabbit tapped the watch and disappeared into a hole underneath a large maple tree.
"No way," I whispered, shutting the book. Running to the rabbit hole, I looked inside.
An invisible hand seemed to push me into the darkness. I screamed, tumbling down an impossible distance. On and on I went, down and down. Still screaming, I felt myself bounce off of something soft before continuing to fall.
Abruptly, I stopped an inch from the ground. Slowly, I floated to the floor, landing softly on a tiled floor.
"Umph," I said as I landed. Looking around, my eyes landed on a table. I gave a small gasp. "I'm in W
9 Ranar's ReturnThe visions had been growing worse the farther north Ranar went. Again and again, it was always the same.
He was walking, the city walls looming over him. He came to the market square, which was located near the gate of the city.
Before him stood a familiar figure. She was slim, with short glossy black hair cut like a boy's, though still elegant. On her head was a delicate crown of silver. She was, in all ways, the most beautiful woman he had ever seen. He had always thought so.
Thousands of soldiers burst through the city gates. The woman raised her hands and screamed something. Fire rained from the sky. She screamed something else, and shadow beasts shot across the earth in all directions. The attacking forces fled, and the figure was left alone. She crumpled to the ground.
Ranar ran to her, skidding into a crouch at her side. Sage was still smiling, the light out of her glassy eyes.
"Sire, we're here."
Ranar glanced at the man who had been speaking. With a nod of understandi
Moving OnOpen up my heart.
Write love on my arms.
Wear my heart on my sleeve.
It doesn't matter.
You'll still leave.
The door still shuts.
My heart still breaks.
Shattered pieces of me,
Buried in grief,
Letting go, Moving on,
You're just the beat,
But I'm the song.
Every little thing I do,
The glances, the blushing,
Twirling my hair with my finger.
It's all just a way,
Of telling my heart your touch still lingers.
The crying is done.
My weakness is through.
But still remember,
That I only want
8 Sage's MessageThe sun was just beginning to rise when Will and Robert decided to stop for a rest. Robert reached into his bag and took out a folded cloth; he unwrapped it to reveal bread and some pork slices. Handing half to Will, he jammed the rest into his mouth.
Will glanced at him in slight distaste. "It's called enjoying the food," she commented. "What you're doing is gross."
"Ima' boy," he said, his mouth still full of bread and pork, "This is what men do."
Will rolled her eyes and handed her portion back to Robert. "Eat it, you disgusting pig."
"I'm not disgusting!" said Robert, jamming the rest of the food into his mouth. He paused half-chew, looking guilty. "Wait, what are you gonna eat?"
Will shrugged, walking over to one of the bushes growing by the side of the road. Picking a few berries, she held them up to him. "These." She popped a few of the berries into her mouth.
Robert rolled his eyes and mumbled something about rabbit food. They continued walking again.
"You know," said Will, pop
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