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    Journal: Five Am
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    Mood: The Usual
      
    Five AM and here I am. Sleeping patterns shot to pieces and nothing to amuse me but dear Ludwig's melodies- pretenious as that may sound, it is, sadly, my life.

    Where is the excitement? The vodka induced hysteria is all but gone and I am left with my own thought to occupy me. A forever dangerous concept.

    I am lonely. A sentence which is the hardest for me to say to other people at the moment. And how I wish I could scream it from the rooftops and then some.

    Once again I am saying 'On guard' to my depression. Sweet misery is almost a comfort. It is my norm and I long to feel normal.


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    re: the walls

    hey Made,

    i appreciate your honest opinion and comment. your analysis was very thorough and direct. yea, i can admit it's not really the best thing i've ever written.. i mainly just wanted to start writing again.

    well, anyhow.. i will definitely be sure to check out some of your poems in the the near future.

    take care,
    Sarah
    | Posted on 2009-11-13 08:03:49 | by vohomegirl - [ Reply to This ] -
      
    I felt sorry for the poor girl in your journal. Guests are company. It is etiquete that company not contribute to their stay unless asked to do so before becoming guests. Also guests are not supposed to be "hawk-eyed" at every move they make. A part-time jobhber has not the funds to say,"It's on the house." The title of your journal does not convey to the reader as such while destroying the mean of friend in the attendant descriptions. I realise it is an angst write but I've never heard that an enemy is one's friend.
    | Posted on 2009-02-13 06:28:43 | by realpoet - [ Reply to This ] -
      
    Thanks for bouncing my comment on expletives straight out the door. What I was saying is that a properly trained mind and a properly trained mouth will choose other forms of words for one's listener to not think how crude one is thereby forming a reluctance to strike up a frinedship. On the use of clichés I did not say they should not be used (other than the base form of them). Cliches are the "darlings" of a language if properly used. Cliches are the slang forms of other similar vernacular phrases. Cliches are colloquilisms whether they be one word or a group thereof since they are informal in diction or style of expression.
    | Posted on 2009-02-13 06:08:45 | by realpoet - [ Reply to This ] -
      
    I can appreciate your comments on SHOULDER TO SHOULDER. I have edited into the description as to what I mean. It is very inappropriate to use anything other than the first person singular when relating about a personal experiennce. I can relate to your seemingly dislike of clichés only when they have no connection to the subject matter. In the English Language, especially as expressed by Americans, clichés are the herbs,if you will, that flavor an otherwise tasteless
    entre to make it seem as what it is not. This is often done in the personal experience category. I, as an American ,often wonder why The Brits call a baby carriage or similar objects "trams." To me that is a cliché ,which brings out my contention that an "herb" is needed.
    | Posted on 2009-02-10 06:24:55 | by realpoet - [ Reply to This ] -
      
    Oh yeah, as to your other comment on "Yes, I know this makes me a Pig" (not the final title for reference) I think I can help. As a great profet once said and I quote, "Dare to be stupid!". I beleive his name was Weire Al.....
    | Posted on 2009-02-09 17:11:59 | by nicodemous - [ Reply to This ] -
      
    I will try to make it a point to read some of your work soon. That is usually what I like to do to repay people for commenting. I thank you for you more than fair assessment of my piece. I have a feeling that "Full moon eyes or sunshine smile" is going to be a line that is loved or hated by everyone that reads the piece. I don't think anyone is going to be indifferent to it or ignore it (unless they ignore the piece altogether). Cliché' was what I thought I might get as a response to it. Being something of a creature of the night I love the moon and think it is beautiful, especially when it is full. Full moon eyes is a reference to big and beautiful, sunshine smile is a reference to its beauty and its ability to warm your heart and light up a room. Thank you much for stopping by.
    | Posted on 2009-02-09 11:25:06 | by nicodemous - [ Reply to This ] -



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