Rain. - Poem -I sit here,
looking out the window.
It's my favorite weather.
But it's beautiful.
It brings life.
It washes away things from the past.
It is God crying for the trees.
For the animals.
For every human alive.
And all I want to do,
Is get out of this pain,
that I call my life.
And just dance
in the rain.
Being Alive.You start walking.
It starts out boring. It's just smooth pavement, no grass; Utterly colorless.
Someone starts walking next to you.
It got a little brighter just then. No longer flat, you're starting to travel uphill. Flowers are starting to grow.
You look at the person standing beside you. You smile at each other.
That moment is the pinnacle of your existence. And you can tell.
The world bursts with color. The pavement disappears under your feet as you walk, being replaced by grass. The sky is blue. It's not so boring.
You feel something in your heart. Overflowing warmth filling your entire being.
The person frowns, they start to leave; Walking away from your path..
You try to run after them, but something stops you.
The world starts to go grey. The warmth leaves your body, being replaced by coldness.
You feel something else now. Emptiness. Like something has been taking from you.
You keep walking.
It's raining now.
You keep your head
I'm fine.Ask me how I am.
Please. Ask me if I'm okay.
No, really. I'm fine.
Ask me more.
Stop asking already. I'm fine.
You know I'm not fine.
Well, I am fine.
Be concerned about me.
I'm not fine,
and you know it.
But what do you do?
You do nothing.
Yet you always think,
If she's so fine,
why is she always sad?
If she's so fine,
why doesn't she act like it?
To be honest,
I don't know why either.
I'm waiting for you to realize,
that I need you.
I'm waiting for you to make a move,
because I'm too scared to.
I just smile like nothings wrong.
I'll be okay, really.
You know I wont be okay.
New Years in Tynestera pt. 4I take out the sash. There's no change in the fabric. "Head near the area where the party is being held, please. Marvin said Baby would probably be near the party." I say over the hum of wind rushing past.
Matilda nods and heads northeast, Gavin following not far behind. It feels unbelievable up here. Just the sense of being in the air is wonderful. Which makes me think, Why haven't I gotten a dragon?
The sash starts to grow warm, and a faint glow starts to illuminate from the fabric. "We shouldn't be far from the party now." Matilda lets out a squeak of joy. "You can see the glow from the dragon fire from here!"
The glow is getting brighter as we near the party. He's got to be there! I whisper in my head. I can feel Matilda gaining speed as we get closer to the light of the party. It's so close, I can smell the food made by the wood nymphs.
Then, not a second later, the world has erupted in light yet again as we enter the clearing from above. Gavin and Matilda excitedly rush to
New Years in Tynestera pt. 3The two Phoenix's are airborne. They circle overhead for a what seems to be several minutes, but it could be because I'm so transfixed on their beauty. They land behind us so gracefully, yet sending a puff of snow towards Horus and I.
"Oh Horus! I thought you'd never come! We thought that we had been forgotten, and not invited to the biggest party of the year!" Said, who I assume was Matilda. Her voice was crisp, yet gentle. She as beautiful, with a strong pink hue on the tips on her wing feathers that clash with the burnt orange of her main coloring, and a large tuft of feathers on her head that curl at the ends. I look over at Gavin. He was just a beautiful. The same setup of markings, except with a red hue to the tips of his feathers. They both stood about 7 feet tall, with wing-spans of about 11 feet. They seem to be glowing, standing there. I look at them in awe.
Gavin talked now, in a clear, deep voice. "We were quite worried. We thought everyone hated us! I mean, I know the food
New Years in Tynestera pt. 2I've walked by the cave on the eastern side of the valley a hundred times, and I have never seen a Phoenix. I hope I'll be able to find them. Even with the moonlight, it's still pretty dark. that, and the thick snow falling slowly. I remember the sash, and pull it out of my pocket. It's lightly glowing. "He's here!" I look around frantically, but all I see is a small hut; A farm, maybe. I head toward the home, only to stop when I see something glowing faintly in the snow. I rush over and kneel down to pick it up.
"What the.." I frown when I notice a top hat. Most likely the top hat. Baby's top hat. That's when I realize that I'm kneeling in front of a costume shop. Of course Baby came here. I think to myself.
"Well I got the hat." I say outloud, a bit relieved. I take a look at the sash again, now not glowing. I stand up and start walking faster east. I wish I knew what time it was. I think in my head. I really hoped I wasn't taking too long. It seems to be getting darker