October 28, 2005


Posted in First Posts at 5:44 pm by myworld

Tasty and forlorn

Down the slender wall

Each dripping droplet tumbles down

And the scorched appetite stare forlornly

And ideas refuse to be imprisoned…

Scorched… in the moistness of abundance…

Ideas refuse to be imprisoned…


  1. coolboy98 said,

    nice poem

  2. harry white said,

    hello go to my girlfriend alizias blog

    • ! said,


      • hillary said,


  3. harry, this guy doesn’t know alizia or her blog… i look at blogs that aren’t from school you know

  4. ! said,

    um i am hw
    i never posted that when my friends came over they did that cause alizia is not my girlfriend!
    i never liked her like that. she was just a friend

  5. oh…she liked you though

    • sorry i said that, i shouldnt answer on her behalf.

    • ! said,

      yeh i think i could tell ….she kept on following me

      • stonning said,

        Ya okay I said it….I did like him but I was bored playing with the girls so it was a better idea to not play with them.
        And who exactly was your friend that wrote that?

      • ! said,

        school friends but i think it will be better not to say so

      • stonning said,

        I bet you I could tell who it is though!

  6. ideas refuse to be imprisoned…i have aspergers, i get it.

  7. zoey101745 said,

    young love
    alizia should ask harry out!!!!!

  8. submaza said,

    Its awesome i simply love it 🙂 yeah

  9. thefilesoflife227 said,

    That. Is so beautiful

  10. Honestly, you Walker idiots! How will the poor author feel if they go back on their blog and see all the crap you’ve been posting? Now I’m wishing I’d never recommended this site. This is not a place to discuss your love lives or post nonsense! I’m just glad you’ve all shut up. For now. Until the next bout of morons come along.

  11. Hana said,

    Why did you write she was ur girlfriend on your blog huh?

  12. Qi said,

    Arianna Huffington’s refreshing piece on India (and the book that changed Steve Jobs’s life):

    Some of our most innovative business leaders have drawn on principles that can trace their origins back to India, finding that yoga, meditation and renewal are a much-needed counterpoint to a Western workplace culture fueled by burnout, stress, sleep deprivation and exhaustion. Consider the book that Steve Jobs asked to be given out at his memorial: not a business manual, not a book about tech innovation but The Autobiography of a Yogi by Paramahansa Yogananda, one of the people who helped popularize meditation in the West. As Yogananda wrote:

    Intuition is soul guidance, appearing naturally in man during those instants when his mind is calm. Nearly everyone has had the experience of an inexplicably correct “hunch,” or has transferred his thoughts effectively to another person. The human mind, free from the static of restlessness, can perform through its antenna of intuition all the functions of complicated radio mechanisms sending and receiving thoughts, and tuning out undesirable ones.

    Jobs had spent time in India and was particularly taken with the role of intuition in the everyday lives of Indians. “The people in the Indian countryside don’t use their intellect like we do, they use their intuition instead, and their intuition is far more developed than in the rest of the world,” Jobs said. “Intuition is a very powerful thing, more powerful than intellect, in my opinion. That’s had a big impact on my work.”

    And this power of intuition and mindfulness is increasingly, and conclusively, validated by science.

  13. shaktii said,

    nice one..

  14. Qi said,

    Happy New Year

    One man says God is. The other says there is no God. But both are sailing in the same boat. They have come to a conclusion without inquiring.

    Doubt is an inquiring approach. It does not mean no. It simply says, “I do not know, and I am prepared to know. I am ready to go as far as possible, but unless I myself come to know, how can I say yes?” Doubt is an open mind, without any prejudice.

    Neither the theist has doubted nor the atheist has doubted; both have accepted borrowed knowledge. — from The God Conspiracy

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