Darkness Asking

What are you the darkness asked…

“A relic with no purpose or place in this modern age.”

The you are perfect, the darkness replied.

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Closer to Chaos

As the world edges ever closer to chaos

We sit basking in our own ignorance

The failing is on our heads because we’d rather ignore than acknowledge

Selfish Choices

Isn’t it amusing how double standards fall in favour of those who make the most selfish choices.

It makes you angry that when all is said and done you’re offered no recompense, no matter who you were used. Instead you’re the one who’s in the wrong and will be forever more.

The longer thoughts linger in such places the more mental deterioration occurs.

A few words of wisdom for anyone who has to make a life changing choice; If it only effects you, fill your boots. If it drags someone else down all because YOU wanted to be selfish in the most despicable way then don’t make that decision, you’ve got no right.

Many will say it depends on the context, however if you’re will to make someone else suffer for your own happiness then it tells you all you need to know about what kind of person you really are.

Think about it.

No place like home

Around and around they go

Driving you mad

All the thoughts with nothing to show

One occasionally happy with the rest being sad

More more more

Always with what you want and never with what you had

So many thoughts make your head sore

Nowhere to belong

Twisting you out of shape deep down in your very core

Trying to block them out with instruments and song

Realising you’re alone

Wanting to give up, is that so wrong

That’s what life lessons have shown

You’re on your own with no place left to call your home.

 

How you imagined?

Is life how you imagined it would be?

Did it turn out the way you’d planned as a child

Filled with laugher, joy and times you called wild

Or has it been placid and grey, nothing more than dull and mild

Maybe you’ve ended up bitter, old, lonely and reviled

Life never pans out the way we wanted as a child

Is life how you imagined it would be?