Walls Come Tumblingyou've a soul of gold,a feat untold in ourlonely rusted worldyou make clouds morethan a fable- you enable beaten downdreams to finally soaryou have words like oxygen,necessary to live, treasuresyou would readily give we wish upon them all who try to stand so tall. in the end, why is it every person seems to fall? not you.I imagine your chest singsall answers, which your mouth thentries to translate and sharedoes your heart grow weightedor are you really free?if you're truly so wonderful,why stick aroundwith the lost and found?there's nothing nice to be. we're tainted. broken. here, backbones hold priority over silken hands, a steady heartbeat and eyes that really see.those tongues who like the tasteof truth, even freshly born,
The IntrovertAlone I am weaker, but safe.
What Feminism Has Taught MeFeminism has taught me many things,and these things I've grown to hate.When I see the word “feminism”,I want to purge it's putrid name.I'll start with the most obvious,that people seem to ignore,“Let's care about our looks and body images here!”And ignore those women who are suffering abroad.But was it really ever only women,or should we consider men too?Because I once believed Feminism,was about equal rule.However that's another lie,but honestly, you shouldn't be surprised.Because that's what the they do best,spew their ugly perjuries,and conveniently ignore their self induced mess.The next one is sensitive, and my opinion may be my own,but I never stood behind killing babies,as feminist say, “monster's” nestled in a woman's womb.And the Old Testament may be sexist,but every person knows,that it was written in the age of sticks and stone,over two thousand years ago.And may I add when Jesus came,to change the world we know,h