Archive | May, 2013
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The Touch

30 May

The Touch

It’s the moment you understand the term, chemistry.
The moment when time stands still & you can hear your heart.
When the bees start buzzing & you feel giddy like when you were a child.
The Touch.

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In the Midst

29 May

In the Midst

My aura locks with yours, ooh the energy, I’m beaming.
It’s so powerful and we’re not even touching, how can this be true.
Just a slight glance towards you transmits a sparkling force.
So powerful I’m force to look away and sever the connection.
This kinetic energy is an unstable field,the data is recieved with explosions of energy and affection, I’m buzzing.
We’re in the midst.
I’m excited, you haven’t blinked so you won’t miss the end transmission, as we enter the midst.

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The War Story- Remember The Reason

27 May

The War Story- Remember The Reason

Remember that it’s not the elite’s blood being spilt nor their children in the battlefield perishing. Bullets have no names and wars never have a winner

www.talentflush.com Countdown Begins.

24 May

EXTRA EXTRA READ ALL ABOUT IT!!

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Bliss-The Introduction

24 May

A mini skit about the introduction. The music I composed the music just for this skit, Hope ya like. I’m not the best artist, composer…. but I really don’t care about being the best.

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Paintings – Idioms

22 May

Paintings are from my Idioms series. The music I composed is called lone wolf. Hope ya like it =)

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72K bloggers dr…

20 May

72K bloggers drop tumblr and swarm to wordpress, due to yahoo buyout. I got one word for them, SUSCRIBE! =)

on a serious , bloggers and just average joes should be concerned when social networks start merging. It makes it easier for snooping and censorship. Also, it widdle downs the pool of possible witnesses to civil rights infringements due to the censoring. It helps #BigCorp & #BigBro spy. Considering whats going on with the #IRS scandal, not only Americans but citizens of the world must hold vigilant and fight for all our freedoms.

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Ciruitry

20 May

Ciruitry

I have vague memoriesof my time in Madrid, walking through the mercado’s when I was a
little kid.
Or when I was in Germany riding on my sled, never tiring nor wanting to go inside and
go to bed.
Or when I crossed the northern border and smelling the floral clock.
Oh, what memories have a got.
To stay informed, I watch the world news.
I’m interested in distanct peoples views.
People wonder why becuase I don’t live there.
True, but it doesn’t mean that I shouldn’t care.
There is but one ocean from which we all feed.
Take makes us connected, not matter the longitude degree.

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Circuitry

20 May

I have vague memoriesof my time in Madrid, walking through the mercado’s when I was a
little kid.
Or when I was in Germany riding on my sled, never tiring nor wanting to go inside and
go to bed.
Or when I crossed the northern border and smelling the floral clock.
Oh, what memories have a got.
To stay informed, I watch the world news.
I’m interested in distanct peoples views.
People wonder why becuase I don’t live there.
True, but it doesn’t mean that I shouldn’t care.
There is but one ocean from which we all feed.
Take makes us connected, not matter the longitude degree.

Never Too Late By Maria Trixter210916813

18 May

It was a bright sunny day, the sun was beaming in all its radiance. Dr Emevas decided togo to the country club to mingle
with a kindred audience. He entered into the country club, it was high dollar posh. He teamed up with a colleague and played a
game of squash. Afterwards, he decided to take a dip in the pool. There was only one man, he was relieved to see it
wasn’t full. He threw his towel on top of his shoes then tossed his shirt. He jerked around as he heard the man shriek,
he could tell he was hurt. He quickly splashed around and then started to sink. The doctor jumped in without a second to
think. He reached for the man and drug him to the edge. He yelled for help and the man’s son came running to the ledge.He
had a look of fright, he was stong and compared to the doctor a little bigger. The doctor began CPR, the man came to;
spewing water yelling, “How dare you touch me nigger!” He looked at his son furious, bewteen his coughing he said to him,
“You should have let me die.” The doctor stood up, walked away not recieving a thank you nor bye.
For the next couple of days, the man went on and on about having to use a whole tube of toothpaste and lots of soap. He
bashed his son in public, calling him a mindless dope. On the otherside, Dr.Emevas, talked to his wife. He didn’t
understand how the man couldn’t look past his racism to say thank you for saving my life. They continued on with their
lives, the doctor took the situation in stride. A year and a half later, their lives were about to re-collide. The man
had a massive stroke and needed immediate surgery. He said to the nurse, “I want the best of the best, no matter what the
cost will be.” The nurse replied, “You’re in luck, our doctor is ranked numbered two in the world when it comes to the heart.”
She exited and then handed the doctor his chart. Dr. Emevas said, “prep this man, lets save his heart.” The doctor walked
into the room, where the man was surrounded by his family and took a second look at the chart. Their eyes met and before
the man could protest his first shout, Dr. Emevas handed the chart back to the nurse and walked out. The nurse shocked,
and asked if he lost is mind. He told her to find someone else to operate on this man, in the morning I will resign.The
nurse looked on as he gathered his things being unapologetic. He thought, with 25years of experience and savings, I’ll
open my own clinic. The nurse walked back into the room and said, “We’ll get a replacement for you as soon as we can.”
His grand-daughter standing by the window, shouted “Hey there goes the black man!” Seven hours later, he went under the
knife. No one is sure if it was the time or fate, but he’s partial paralyzed for life. Dr. Emevas opened his clinic a year
later. On the grand opening he couldn’t have felt greater. A delivery man came in holding a colorful array of flowers in
a grand bouquet. The doctor was estatic adding to an already great day. It came with an envelope containing a check. When
he looked at the amount 3.5 million dollars, he shouted, “what the heck!” The name looked familiar but he couldn’t recall.
He took it as a joke, put it in his draw and walked down the hall. A week later, a man with sunglasses and a low rimmed hat
 entered the clinic using a cane. Walking towards to the doctor he started to speak before he said his name. “You haven’t
cashed the check I wrote.” The doctor flashed to the check remembering he thought it was a joke. He continued on,”from the
looks around here, there’s plenty you can do.” The doctor nodded in agreement and then asked, “Do I know you?” “Actually,
we’ve met twice, sadly I say neither time was I decent or nice”. He removed his sunglasses then his hat and extended his
hand. Low and behold, it was that racist man. “I just want to say, thank you for saving my life. And also apologize for
causing you any strife. Money has no real value, but people do. You thought me that, the day at the pool.” Dr. Emevas
shook his hand. The man was in terrible shape and could barely stand. “Well, good-bye Dr.Emevas, I’m on a mission to
make amends my other life wrecks. I’m running out of time and have 63 more checks.”