Evolution When I was younger I lived in a forest. I belonged to the trees and to the birds. My lungs were meant to absorb the dry leaves and damp moss in their entirety. My skin was perfected to achieve beautiful blooming bruises and charmingly red scratches. These were my victories.Evolution by SophieGreenly
At that time I had developed brilliantly fierce eyes that were created specifically to capture and retain all that I saw. I once ventured out of that forest and all that I witnessed was placed deep beneath my victorious and prized exterior, into the very essence of my being. These visions and events took refuge there. They intertwined themselves one with another and buried into my core where they began to ferment and grow. They traveled upward through my spinal column and fed my dreams and ambitions until one day they reached the casing around my brain, causing it to expand and rupture. All of the ideals, these thoughts and nightmares that had been
Melting (extreme rough draft) MeltingMelting (extreme rough draft) by SophieGreenly
(extreme rough draft)
Can I just melt now?
I know, it sounds like a fantastic idea, the idea of being able to melt into a puddle and being instantly and totally absorbed into the carpet or soil. I vote on soil but that is just an opinion of mine. Trapped, isolated, surrounded. All I want is for my spine to liquefy and with it the rest of my body. To slowly turn into an elegant fluid that would, in its time, smoothly trickle outside and fall through the cracks and hollows in the dirt. Let us seep into the crumbling dirt; into oblivion or rather another form of awareness.
Yes, yes I am aware that most people wish to disappear at times, to loose themselves to nothingness, but this is hardly what I mean. I am tired of flailing about and struggling with every thought, I desire to become one with everything. To spread out, once I get into the soil, and stretch my tendrils past thei
How to find math answers:How to find math answers:How to find math answers: by SophieGreenly
There are many methods of finding answers to mathematical problems. Most students joke about how it is in the magic of it all, but few realize the gravity of that statement and even fewer understand that there are far greater means of coming by an answer than just magic.
Of course we should start with magic since that is one form of finding your answer. Magic seems to be in all answers no matter how big or small, hiding just behind your lined paper’s bleached exterior. It was there in the beginning and it will be the means to the end. But enough of that, we must focus on the types of magic that are most commonly found in the high school mathematics course.
Firstly there is the Disney form of magic. If you can by chance get hold of some pixie dust, and by this I mean the genuine type that comes straight from Tinkerbell (after giving her a vigorous shaking and thus managing to dislodge some parts of her magic), then you are set. You only have to sprinkle t
The insomniac EyesThe insomniac eyesThe insomniac Eyes by SophieGreenly
Too beautifully grotesque to ever be featured in a painting
Hollow eyes echo the hollow thoughts
Bouncing around, comforting compared to the sharp
Pointed ideas of a rested person
Creative thoughts zoom around
The brain high on the extreme levels of dopamine
This is a time where illusions and dreams become reality
The mental barrier is lowered
Sanity, as you will find, is a fad of the past.
Today we walk as the living dead
To forget, to forget it all.
The moon and stars to keep you company
The sun is still asleep, I think you may have some time.
My skin hangs like bags off of tree branches
Billowing in the wind with their sheer complexity
My color is of cream and honey
I was told who I was once
But I had let my mind out to wonder
And it was kidnapped by a stray thought with malicious intent.
The letters you write slowly kill my sanity.
Last night my imagination and I ran away together.
Shattered vases lined the corridor
Violent gory dark and beautif
Yes, I Have a PenisYes, I Have A PenisYes, I Have a Penis by Superiorflowerpower
Do not assume (if I hold the door for you),
that I am making a statement
about your inabilities
to open the door for yourself.
If you hold it for me,
I'll say 'thankyou'.
Do not assume (if I pay for the meal),
that I am underestimating
your earning capacity
as a woman.
If you invite me out for a meal,
Do not assume (if I defend your rights),
that I am belittling
the attempts that you have made
to defend your rights yourself.
If you defend my rights,
I'll consider you human.