Always WaitingA soul chooses its own role
It lives in great wealth
And in poverty
And it hates
The things that it seeks
Were always waiting
In black light
Or white noise.
The Funniest ThingWhen I initially heard that "The Funniest Thing" was the topic for this week's sound-off, I was stuck. The topic is so vague that I couldn't think of one single thing to write about. So, I've decided to do something silly. Here's where the actual sound-off begins: From the creators who brought you The Metamorphosis, "Nineteen Eighty-Four", "The Catcher in the Rye", Death of a Salesman, "The Nutcracker", and "Slaughterhouse-5" comes an adventurous, angst-ridden, rebellious, disgusting, and hopeless new movie! Formatted to fit the fourth dimension, this film combines the greatest stories of all time, just in time for the holiday season! Directed by M. Night Shyamalanading-dong, this critically-claimed movie has unforeseen twists that had been missing from the original stories.
On a dark night, a giant dung beetle finds himself waking up in an empty home. He thought that he was dead, but maybe it had only been a dream. He got up quite easily and was not hungry, which was strange to him. H
A Silver SpoonA Silver Spoon
Before I was born, my mom had a miscarriage. I could imagine how she felt when this happened. To put it simply, miscarrying made her feel defective or broken in some way. Some of you can't imagine how losing a baby can affect you, or how happy it made my mom when I was successfully brought into the world. From the moment I was born, my parents were so happy to have me. I had a mean streak for a while when I wouldn't stop biting people, but I was mostly a silly kid that did silly things. My favorite toys included paper bags when I was smallerI was very fond of stuffing myself in them and cheesing for the camera when my parents saw me do it. When I still slept in a crib, I relentlessly tried to escape while my parents weren't looking and I eventually succeeded. When I made my first prison break, mom and dad decided I needed a more grown-up bed. I mispronounced words like "flag" and "clock" wrong by completely leaving out the "L" and shocking my daycare teachers. My f