Oh, retrospect;'tis a curse we can't prevent. « « I am not an interesting person in any way. I am just a simple yet complicated sixteen-year-old kid, born in New York City and raised in Chicago, trying to find his place in this world. I'm also the soppiest person you'll ever know. Not kidding. If I fall in love with you, you're incredibly unlucky. m not new to Witty - I was a member in 2009-2010 but I left due to personal issues, and now I'm back on a new account. Fresh start, you know?
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Take me away to January I'm done with this year, I'm tired of everyone here I just need some time alone before I'm ready to come back home There's gotta be something else out there for me I could feel it in my heart the day I started to dream There's more than this midwestern town I can't let this place keep me down So I tell myself, "There's a girl out on the coast of California, there's a world out there and it's waiting for you." And I can hear them calling my name tonight Take me away, I need the sand and the waves, the sunset and let's not forget the warm autumn days I just need to get out of here and visit the coast just to see her There's gotta be something else out there for me I could feel it in my heart the day I started to dream There's more than this midwestern town I can't let this place keep me down So I tell myself, "There's a girl out on the coast of California, there's a world out there and it's waiting for you." And I can hear them calling my name tonight Take me away to January I'm done with this year, I'm tired of everyone here I just need some time alone before I'm ready to come back home
Write me a letter! Dear _______________, I ______ you. You have a nice ______. You make me _______. You should _______. Someday I will ______. You + me = ________. If I saw you now I’d __________. I want to ________ you. I would build a _______ just for you. If I could sing you any song it would be _________. We could __________ under the stars. Love, _______________ (P.S. ______________.) This is just for fun, I mostly likely will get silence but it is worth a shot. Feel free to take this letter thing if you want, it is not mine anyway. :) I'm really f•cking bored okay. And just for the record; my name is Tyler.
There's a pessimistic poem that, when read backwards, becomes optimistic: I’m a part of a lost generation and I refuse to believe that I can change the world I realize this may be a shock but “Happiness comes from within” is a lie, and “Money will make me happy” So in thirty years I’ll tell my children They are not the most important thing in my life My employer will know that I have my priority straight because Work Is more important than Family I tell you this Once upon a time Families stay together But this will not be true in my era This is a quick fix society Experts tell me Thirty years from now I will be celebrating the 10th anniversary of my divorce I do not concede that I will live in a country of my own making In the future Environmental destruction will be the norm No longer can it be said that My peers and I care about this earth It will be evident that My generation is apathetic and lethargic It is foolish to presume that There is hope
I parked the car and made my way down closer to the sea. I inhaled the summer breeze and I felt free. I forgot how much I missed the way the sun lit up the east coast bays and made the north sea come alive, and at night we'd pass the lighthouse by on our way to drown ourselves in illegal wine. And we'd stay awake til the morning cars went by, with nothing but a bus fare and a smile and I couldn't help but smile.