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Friday, October 14, 2005

My eyes hurt

Today I uncovered a city of buried treasure.
A certain ancient pentium 0.0 computer was pulled out of its blanket of dust and plugged into a monitor this morning. Danny wanted a computer, and so Dan and I decided to forsake our antiquated one. It was basically mine, as it was chock full of a bunch of text files that belonged to me--stories, poems, thoughts; some things I remember and other things I don't.
So I was just going through them. It was wonderful. I had this entire Fantasy world that came flooding back to me as I consumed pages and pages of Tirim, my very own Fantasy story--fabricated at age 11 and completely mutated on into 14 until its final abandonment. But I remembered everything, it all came back to me--maps, people, places, languages, history...it was so real.
Heh. Funny.

And I found this.

Rhythm and rhyme
Plait the way
Melt like time
Wet the day
Choose the guarded
Guard the high
Take the easy
Live the lie


Anonymous perfect circle said...

that might be good for rapping..

10/14/2005 10:52 PM  
Blogger Florence said...


10/15/2005 3:27 PM  
Anonymous Sunny said...

Un-freaking believable! That poem so doesn't suck!! We are not worthy!

11/25/2005 3:47 AM  
Anonymous Sunny said...

Amazing poem. I love it, love it!!

11/25/2005 4:11 PM  

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