What's on my mind

Dangers Of A Pre-College

My summer is going by so fast
Next thing I know, it would be something that has surpassed my life

Yeah I can’t write poetry. But I can type it!

Only half a blue sky
Kinda there but not quite
I’m walking around with just one shoe
I’m half a heart without you
I’m half a man at best,
With half an arrow in my chest
I miss everything we do,
I’m half a heart without you

One Direction never fails me.  There’s one danger about me. If you ask me to write poetry I may break out writing One Direction lyrics. Or break out their lyrics out of nowhere.

I know I should be blogging everyday but really everyday I’ve been writing but not for the blog. Danger #2: Not blogging. I feel kinda smart saying that I’m creating a portfolio! Just like those high standard high school freshmen students. Danger #3: Twisting my words so that you think I’m smart. I’m creating sketches to have something to show off and they are all going so great. (Danger #3.2 I’m writing.) Just ask me how many I’ve started and how many I’ve finished. The answer is 7-1. Dangers #4: Finishing something for me is really hard I just myself can’t wait to tell my mom I need Final Draft for my Cinema class. That’s one of the perks about college. You can trick your parents into buying stuff for college. It’s not like they don’t believe you and have to call your teacher. Like there’s these colored pens that I’m dying to have. My back up story (THe STory OF MY liFE GLDGJU): My teacher says writing in different colors helps her understand who we are by choosing which color we want to use  first. She was a pyschology teacher so. Danger #5: I good liar.

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