Describe a real made-up dream or nightmare.
I laid on the ground outside of my house. The green grass shined as the dew caught the light of the sun. Staring up at the bright blue sky my body could was stuck motionless. For some reason every limb I had was out of my control, even my eyes were stuck in place. I could not stop myself from peering into the light of the sun that covered the Earth. The glare shined off the cars on the road and the sound of nature around me seemed to put fear into my body. Once I finally regained control of my eyes I turned away from the sun as quickly as I could. No matter how I tried not to focus on my situation I begun to panic because I couldn't stop feeling the sun burning my eyes. I felt as if my entire body was going to burn. I regained control and stood up. On my feet I turned toward my house. The door was wide open and nothing could be seen, only darkness. The darkness comforted me and pulled me closer. I ran into my house and slammed the door as I awoke. The darkness hides the evil, but everything is visible in the light. The horror of the real world, the world you can see.
Write a thank you note to a friend who gave you onion and garlic-flavored chewing gum.
Friends are always there for each other. We should always have the other’s back. We support our friends in their times of need. On a long bus ride to the destination of a field trip no one was excited for, I became bored. Constantly staring out the window watching the same type of tree zip by got fairly repetitive. My phone had choked over and died, so music was not a viable option. I had not brought a book with me because I was too forgetful when leaving the house early this morning. And it was obviously impossible for me not to make these mistakes, right? It isn’t like I set an alarm for that morning to remind me. Too bad I hadn’t plugged in my phone before going to sleep. That all is besides the point anyway, Y. I have written this letter to you because of the moment that forever changed both of our lives. My final option was gum, the tool that teens our age have used to escape the attention of class for centuries! I asked you, Y, my *bestest buddie* for a piece of lucious and time consuming gum. You thought it would be hilarious to play a fun little joke. Those never have consequences, aye? So you gave me a stick of gum just happened to taste like onion and garlic. That was the day we became closer than ever, because since then I have been on you like white on snow. Which is the main reason why you are reading this letter after you invited me over your house and soon figured out that I put super glue on the sides of your XBOX ONE controller. I am hopefully holding this letter in front of your face and you are just unable to hit me because of where your hands are stuck.
P.S. *..* = Insert Sarcasm Here
P.P.S. I ate all the real gum in your room while you were in the bathroom.
I have found something to restart my blog with. I have found multiple writing prompts online. I am going to write what these prompts ask me to and post them on here because I think it'll be fun.
Once again lighting. Don't worry after this we have some genuine pics after this. Some non-lighting affect but still good pics. Though, they might be a little religious, ya know cemetery and all...
"The true mind can weather all the lies and illusions without being lost. The true heart can tough the poison of hatred without being harmed. Since beginning-less time, darkness thrives in the void but always yields to purifying light."
-Lion Turtle (Avatar The Last Airbender)
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