Last Call for Tanner LeeTanner left the hospital feeling strangely empty. He had expected agony. From the moment he had heard the Code Blue declared over the intercom and been forced out of Leah’s room (Room 318; he would never forget that number, or the feel of the sheets beneath his hands), he had known his life was coming to an end. They did not give up, and he gave them credit for that, but there is only so much time and effort a doctor can put into saving someone who is determined to die, and twelve hours later, Tanner and the bag of Leah’s effects sat in the back of a cab, on their way home. He would have to plan a funeral. Of course she had no life insurance; she had only been eighteen, a grinning college freshman home for her first Christmas break.Last Call for Tanner Lee by QuiEstInLiteris
He sat at home that night and called her cell phone, letting it ring out at the foot of her bed for the sake of hearing her voice in the recording.
Hey, it’s Leah. I can’t come to the phone right now, probably because I’m h
I am VishnuWar never changes.I am Vishnu by Henly-Hill
War is not won.
They change all the faces.
But they merge now as one.
The fighting and killing,
is all done in vain.
They war for their freedom,
But it's still all the same.
Men kill each other,
By night and by day.
They dress up in colors,
these soldiers to play.
Some men wear blue.
The others wear grey.
But this is not civil,
these wounds long will stay.
I thought this was over.
I thought it was through.
I thought it was past us,
but it's still me verses you.
The end it was coming of that I am sure.
Each of the armies thinks they are the pure.
Cast off your banners and cast out your pride.
Because if war starts we'll all loose our hide.
It starts with a book.
The wars always do.
Whom follows god,
and whom remains true.
Bow before allah,
or bow before set.
Crusades and Jihads,
cause only regret.
Pointing the finger.
We all become one.
I hate all the others,
"oh isn't this fun."
I kill all the jews,
I'll slay all the nuns.
I like killing children,
out under the sun.
Untitledwhen the wind starts to whistle its ode to the treesUntitled by thePicSees
and the moonbeams start dancing to the song of their leaves
be it forests or gardens on nights such as these
the wee folk are waking and magic they’ll weave.
~ traditional Picsee poem
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