Moonlit Expressions – Post Seventeen

Moonlit expressions mirror your tainted perception;
It creates a rhythmic putter in your hollow cavern.
Bluebirds may sing a caged harmony;
They may reflect sorrowful restraint.
But blackbirds sing of endless nights,
Lurking, waiting, seeking a cure
To refrain from melding with the night.

Oh sing, little bluebird,
Sing of what little you know.
But soon I hope you will find
That your mind, indeed, is narrow.

Sunlit reflections disregard my purist intentions;
I only seek to bring light to what’s right
But are my movements so fair?
You would be a fool to believe it,
For what I really wish is to bring light to your folly
Your faults; your lies.
For they are what keep that crowd coming, darling,
Choking all hope for escape from your Dragon’s breath

Oh sing, little bluebird,
Sing of what little you know.
But soon I hope you will find
That your mind, indeed, is narrow.

Just a random poem I wrote.

I recently read an interesting book. It was called “Hush, Hush” by Becca Fitzpatrick. It was about something I’d vaguely heard of, but never read about: fallen angels.

Although it was a bit cheesy (for lack of a better descriptive word,) it was very interesting, I thought. What made it most interesting, to me, was that it had biblical ties. I asked my dad about the Nephilim (half fallen angel and half human) and he said that yes, they were real. I don’t know if they STILL exist, but they did before the flood (I think.) I’m tempted to do some research on it. I have so much spare time, these days, that I hardly know what to do with myself. Ah well.

I definitely recommend reading this book by the way… aside from its cliché storyline (boy meets girl, boy likes girl, girl likes boy) and its somewhat similar aspects to other stories I’ve read, (does Biology class sound familiar to anyone? How about Mind reading?) it was fairly entertaining. To be honest I couldn’t put it down. I finished it in 6 1/2 hours time. No joke.

Anyway, just thought I’d write a little bit about my recent book findings… Also! I have (somewhat) fixed my laptop! Now, instead of using the school’s computer, I may be using this one more often (I kind of forgot just how slow it is. And how hot it gets. Blegh…)

Better than nothing.

What’s your favorite mythical creature?