A raindrop fell on petalA raindrop fell on a petalAnd slowly to the ground;Birds fly away to their shelters,And the bugs fly away at the fatal sound.A dozen more sprout from the skyCausing the cheerful skies to turn a dark gray;The trees dance with joy at the chance to show themselves in their gloryAnd all is silent;Listening to the rain on the roofSlowly the sun smiled wideand all of nature no longer needed to hide
This WorldOften she sits here,Wondering what the world has becomeHow she can ever be expected to love, when the world teaches hate.Hate of those who think freely, those who form opinions. She asks herselfFor all those that say theres a God, and he supposedly gave us these mouths, and tongues to speak our words, why cant we say what we believe is right?We are taught that love is an amazing thing, and that everyone should experience it.If everyone should experience it then why are people who choose to love someone of the same sex beaten down. What they are experiencing is love too. Their stomachs still turn at the sight of their lover.Its no different from emotions people could feel with someone of the opposite sex.Her eyes transfer to the morning paper sitting in front of her, the cover screams of the war and its terrors. Questions form once again in her filled head.How can you send people to be killed? What good does killing the people do? They killed us, but why do we
ImagineImagine,Sitting in a movie theatre, watching an amazing movie, you laugh, you smile, and you take it all in with no regrets of buying the ticket.Suddenly the film distorts. Tears in half, and the screen goes a pale white.Your left dumbfounded wondering what happen to the movie. No more smiling, no more laughter.Youre angry that you forked over all of your hard earned money to see this movie that looked really good in the previews; and sad that it ended at the good part.You leave disappointed, with your refund, because of the technical difficulties but you still want to see how its ends.