Hello, I’m Still Alive

Wow, it’s been really long since I’ve posted on this blog. I’ve never written any other post that isn’t a short story/poem, but I thought I’d just like to update this blog a little so it doesn’t stay, well, dead. However, I have a story coming up, although it might take some time for me … Continue reading

We’re Just Getting Started

Disclaimer: I am in no way related to Paramore or know anything or anyone of them personally, even though I wish to. Author’s Note: None of what I wrote is true, except the part about Josh and Zac Farro leaving the band. I might not have a brilliant storyline but writing something like this is … Continue reading

The Bird And The Hound

The bird had peacock blue and striking yellow feathers But no she hates peacocks so The hound was a sneaky little thing With a yelp that melted hearts The bird had anti-depressants for breakfast Lunch and dinner The hound griped every day “You should be happy.” The bird hopped on a leg everywhere For she … Continue reading

A Desperate Scribble In Daylight

am i falling where am i falling to down this dark pit of oblivion sights are blurred as a grey morning chill my heart to ice these are nothing compared to the voices voices voices echoing and spinning in my head my wavering sanity is a threat a fresh wound still bleeding i hide my … Continue reading

Little Voices

I highly recommend anyone who thinks highly of me to go away now. Please click the ‘X’ button at the upper right corner of the screen right this instance. Please. Don’t ever read this. To be honest, I don’t even know why I wrote this. I guess I lapsed into depressing mood and got this … Continue reading

Across The Universe (An American Idol Oneshot)

Disclaimer: I do not own American Idol or anything connected to it. Go ask Simon Fuller. Lyrics: Across The Universe by The Beatles. (A Siobhan Magnus-Lee Dewyze fanfic.) Siobhan My heart thumped uncontrollably against my ribcage as I was called back to the centre of the stage, where my fate would be announced. Ryan was … Continue reading