Friday, May 27, 2011

The Chocolate Story


look at me, Im melting!

like the chocolate you once gave to somebody else...

that were meant for me! thoSe were mIne.

like you, your were mine, once mine.

look at me, im sTill in a blur

like planets colliding on an empty space.

contInuousously moving, but going nowhere.

and Look at you, and the way you just make me speechLess,

the way you Leave me Over the edge, and the way you'Ve hurt mE.

and now, look at me! im Just waiting. 

like a passenger waiting for a bus bound to a land of never ending questioning.

like a patient waiting for a cure about an illness that yOu can only fix.

like a clowN trying to make the most of everything but continously drown on pain.

look at us, and the way we treat each other


i know im not eAsy to forget but how could you?

its as if you dont even remember how was i to you, how you was with me, and how we

were to each other.

Look at me, open your chinky eyes and watch me leave.

im leaving you because i know it’s you i must ranaway to.

it may take some time but now...

im closing all things for you, your thoughts, your mooDs, your presence, your everything.

i wish i was able to not just look, buT see

maybe it was never meant to be, and you were never meAnt for me,

but my eyes are open now, it’s may take some time, but its open Now.


Monday, May 9, 2011

Book Report

My landlady asked me to create a book report for her Son. Actually, it was my friend’s recommendation that brought me into this chaos that I don’t even know if I will be able to surpass.

I really don’t know why I should be pressured with it. Maybe because the last time I remembered creating a book report was still way back in High School and during that time I still have a lot of time reading, analyzing every detail, studying and writing. Right now, I can say that during my spare time, I’m sleeping or I’m at FACEBOOK. Another thing, the student who I am writing the book report for is also studying on a Science High School. Though I know the “Scientian” way of doing things, it adds up the pressure because things are way different now, kids are smarter these days and they have every technology in the world to assist them with all of their school needs. The book was also given to me yesterday, I have read the first two chapters, and the submission is on two days from now.

I really don’t understand why some parents tolerate the fact that someone else is doing their child’s project. Back then, I was just on my own, trying to maximize what my family have to accomplish every school requirement left for me just to finish school. Though I know I will get some sort of pay, or bragging rights by doing it, it’s upsetting that money has played a big part in achieving something. How unfair the world has become, right?

I just hope I will be able to meet my deadline, because I’m sure, I will be in great trouble if I wont.