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The Despondent Truth

I look out into the constellations There, a myriad of heroes fabricated to provide hope Disillusion provided by the souls of fake martyrs I watch the birth of a star Beautiful in its innocence The guiding light for us to follow But we had our own agenda   An immigration of darkness choked the light Leaking black oil with its lies The mire of innocence set free by The Apple And it was Sin that opened our eyes Millennia passed, crowns turned to ash The problem remained the

D. Robertson

D. Robertson

The Window

As i sit here and look out the window, I see the outside world, with which i feel disconnected. I am a spectator to these busy students and teachers. As I watch people below scurry to their next class, I wonder what life is all about. Is their an ultimate goal to it all? What is the purpose of being here besides 'living'? Sometimes I find myself thinking about life in general and I ask myself, Why is it so hard? Why is it so hard to live?... Today's society is so harsh, war and crime are everywh

D. Robertson

D. Robertson

The Gun

As James held the gun to his temple, he began to shake violently. Sweat rolled down his face and a tear began to form in his eye. As he closed his eyes to pull the trigger his life began to rewind itself. These are the tales of a ordinary man pushed to his limits.   -flashback- James had a great family who always supported him through thick and thin. James and his father had a very close relationship and James always knew he could go to him for anything. Over the past few years James had gone

D. Robertson

D. Robertson

Listen To The Rain

So, before I get into this writing I would like to explain my inspiration and such. I got the idea from a song called Listen To The Rain by Evanescense. I love it. So, everyone gets different feelings when they listen to the rain; ranging from depression to sleepiness and happiness to dancing. It's just a personal kind of thing. In this writing, I will try and show you how the rain affects me in an indirect way. This will be down similar to my previous writing, 'The Shadow'. I hope you enjoy, Th

D. Robertson

D. Robertson

Dead Grass

Earlier today, I was sitting outside in the heat and just gazed down at the ground. I noticed how dead all of the grass is around me and it really reminded me of a lot of things that I go through.   ----   Dead Grass   As the heat raises and the rain stays gone, the grass is dieing and turning brown. I look at all of this brown earth around me and it reminds me of the human aspect of a very similiar situation. Without our necessary needs, we all die inside. Slowly, but surely when we a

D. Robertson

D. Robertson

The Shadow 2: Nightmare

Due to popular demand... here is the sequal to The Shadow. Enjoy!   -----------   The Shadow: Nightmare   Previously: I hold my eyes shut and try to push the intruder as far away as I can. The darkness is all around me, I am stuck in its grasp. Forever, I am held by it. Forever I am in fear of the dark figure.   ------------   As the silence fell, I hid my head under the cover hoping to quickly fall asleep. Eventually, I fell asleep and drifted into another world; The dream world.

D. Robertson

D. Robertson

The Shadow

Home to my personal sorrows, the Shadows send shivers up my spine. There is just something about the darkness that unsettles my nerves. As I sit here in the dark with nothing but a computer screen as a light, I wonder what lurks beyond this window that is unseen. Sometimes, I think I see a dark figure standing just out of the lights reach, waiting for something... something that I cannot comprehend. It stands there in a dead stare at something, could it be me? Often times, I grab a flashlight an

D. Robertson

D. Robertson

Taking Life Back

Yesterday afternoon I was taking a long shower to try and relax from the fatigue I was suffering from due to an unknown illness that (knock on wood) has gone away and was thinking about my current job as a computer tech at the local Office Depot and how much I actually enjoyed working with people and troubleshooting computer issues and it brought back my interest in programming and just the digital world in general. This is why tomorrow, as soon as possible, I’m going to the local EKU branch and

J. Turner

J. Turner

A Short Introduction

Greetings everyone! I would like to take this time to give all of you a short overview of who I am and where I came from. Hopefully this will give you better idea of my personality and character when you see my posts on the message board while also giving my opinion about contests etc in future blog posts.   Past: I was born during the worst ice storm to hit this state on December 26th, 1989 and raised here in the Central Kentucky region. I grew up in the countrysides where the grass was alwa

J. Turner

J. Turner

Cool new feature and early views on the scores from the early part of the corps season

These have been the first few times I've signed on since the changes. I really like the new changes. This blog is a great idea.   I've been looking at the scores from the last few weeks of the Drum Corps season and if the scores hold up they way they are trending the Blue Devils are on their way to winning another title with Bluecoats and Crown fighting for second. The next few weeks will give a better idea on how close the corps are to each other since the major corps will meet up more at t

VKPRPHAN

VKPRPHAN

New features

As you can tell, our board was just recently updated with new software that is loaded with new features and a custom new look. Here is what's new to our community:     Customizable profiles, including background options User reputation system for posts Customizable blogs - Personal, Private, or imported.   Some of these new features are outlined here: IP Board: What's new. There are several options for our community that have not been configured as of yet, such as Facebook

ARae

ARae

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