I can't be anyone but my self! I'm 25, living in California. Writer, poet, musician(I try), skater, boi girl, fighter, lover, loner, brave and a bit reckless but I'm very rational. I'm shy at first.
This is a peek at what's in my heart, feel me? I write in poetic responses and hidden hints, I'd rather show you how I feel.
I'll love you till you love yourself.
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Long days like these make me super reflective.
The melancholy out pours from my very core.
I used to carry such a passion in me, to be as great of a poet like Edgar Allan Poe himself.
Then the passion grew wild, the lit flame became fire inside and began to consume me.
I grew restless as the days and nights would carry on.
Simple songs and lifeless movements, the people around me no longer had souls.
This fire I carried could care no more for how fragile it’s host, I could be.
It became bored.
Withholding no more it boiled my blood and set flames that ran course through my heart.
It tore through my flesh, my skin fell apart, layer by layer.
There was only pain to the point my bones burned from the inside as my muscles just dropped off.
Right in the moment where I felt as though I could no longer bare the pain, the transformation had been completed.
That passionate flame which threatened to consume me had finally accomplished its goal.
I am that fire, boiling, melting, constantly churning and always intensely bright.
A graduate student has created the first man-made biological leaf. It absorbs water and carbon dioxide to produce oxygen just like a plant. He did this by suspending chloroplasts in a mixture made out of silk protein. He believed it can be used for many things but the most striking one is the thought that it could be used for long distance space travel. Plants do not grow in space, but this synthetic material can be used to produce oxygen in a hostile environment. (Video)
"I had gone through pretty much every audition process, probably 3 or 4, for Karma. I didn’t audition for Amy until my screen test. But I’m so glad that it turned out the way that it did because I’m so in love with her [Amy]. I think that she’s so complex and layered; she has all these secrets. She’s a vulnerable girl but she’s also very strong and does her own thing."