Hey everyone . Time for another feature!
I do these every so often because I don't have time to individually thank everyone anymore AND if I were to thank you, instead of spending my time thanking you, why not take a look at your gallery since you took a look at mine? I feel my way shows more gratitude than a simple "thank you."
To show everyone that I still do appreciate every fav/watch/comment I receive, I do these "thank you" features when I can. Please don't get upset if yours isn't here. I have about 2 years of thanking to make up! Sooner or later I'll catch up .
Hope you all enjoy!
is a peeling
Youth is the sweetness
of the scent of new leaves
carried on the gentle spring breeze.
Youth is the freshness
of that first cold glass of sweet tea
after a winter of hot coffee.
Youth is the fullness
of that first warm day
marking hollow Winter's going away.
Tell me now
who among you
does not enjoy the salad days of youth?
is a peeling
sweet and fresh and full
is the bitterness
The "real world" houses things that naïveté dare not reveal.
The future is bleak, quite contrary to the happiness you seek.
Reality is filled with neither black nor white,
but shades of grey
through which you must fight, to find for yourself
what's wrong and what's right.
The Black ParadeI always knew that I was different, that my family exactly normal. I didn't know how, and I didn't know why, I just knew. At least, until that day standing in the rain with my father, I had no idea how different we truly were.:thumb334374756:
My father was holding my hand as we were walking out of our shop, a costume store called "Phantom and sons", when it began to pour. We were walking down the street when suddenly my father stood up as straight as possible, when he did that he was pushing 6'5" and said,
"It is time." Then he turned to me and said "Honey, it's time you know the truth, about about everything. Though, I'm afraid we don't have much time He is nearing "
Before I could ask him what he meant, he yanked my arm and started running down the street. But, I couldn't keep up so he picked me up and carried me wherever it was we were going.