“There comes a time when the world gets quiet and the only thing left is your own heart. So you’d better learn the sound of it. Otherwise you’ll never understand what it’s saying.”
― Sarah Dessen,
“Love around the world
For every heart that beats loud
One heart softly cracks.”
Hear the words,
Bouncing in my ears,
Ignore the stares,
The whispers and leers,
Haunting tocks of clocks,
Opportunity knocks, I,
Fear Pandora’s box.
With the air of one who’d read too many elder fairy tales in her life, she strutted across my view.
If you don’t try, you can’t fail but you can’t succeed.
We can recite local sports teams but not our local plant species.
We know how to fix problems with our computers but not our planet.
Some have words come out of their mouths, other confuse their mouths with their butts.
People don’t care if nature dies out, nature doesn’t care if people die out.
Some viruses use their host’s resources to survive, breaking it down and ruining it in the process. One such virus is humans.