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Life on KYM
Just FYI, i'm not dead... Just pursuing other venues of happiness atm. I haven't given up on you guys!
I just had to get back into the traditional forum role play style that I fell in love with!
I''m not trying to "advertise" any other site, i'm just letting everyone know that if they want to reach me at all, I am on the website Valucre daily. Hop on over and say hi if you have anything you wanna discuss! My username is ezkiel777 and my avatar is the same as the one here.
I just wanted to let everyone know what I was up to, and that I haven't forgotten anyone!
Screw everything, imma become a farmer!
Dammit youtube! STOP DISTRACTING ME!
I just finished drinking a strong kombucha, and eating tamales covered in an entirely unhealthy amount of pickle jalapeños.
I'm feeling really euphoric right now, but come morning, I will be pooping fire and cursing satan...
Three years ago I carried you up that mountain on my back.
You remember, don't you?
I didn't know it then, at that time, just what it would mean for the both of us.
The snow fell...
And so did you.
Well, I guess thats just how things go.
Like ice on an oak leaf.
You were beautiful, I was cold and bitter.
But even through the snow I found you.
And though I had hoped, you died that day.
It's a new season now, but I can't say much has changed.
The trees are a little bigger now.
And so am I. I ate the last fruit today.
As once again the snow fell to birch and bough.
I saved you you some, even though I knew better.
But for that the taste is so much sweeter.
And i'm much stronger now, i've been practicing my smile.
And i'm no longer sad that you're gone...
I just wish the snow would pass already...
It's hard to stay warm.
Your female lifelong companion of the two dimensional persuasion is the equivalent to human and/or beastly defection of the most inappropriately, yet aptly so, named rendition.
I thought it would never end, those days we were together.
But those moments passed and now you're gone...
I couldn't believe it at first. No. I didn't want to believe it.
Dammit, I... It's like I can still feel you there.
Like any moment now you'll come around that same corner as always carrying that same tray of tea.
But now, this world is just plain cold.
Haha, I guess the tea has sat out too long now, hasn't it?
You always told me not to let it go cold.
That it doesn't take long after all.
I guess it's only now that I understand what you meant.
Someone once told me to savor the moment.
And I always did. But I don't know if I can this time.
Because this piece of time is just too bitter and the taste just won't cease to linger.
It's been nine months now.
And I can't look at her the same.
I see the world different now.
And all the same faces and all the same places...
Well, they'll just never be the same.
But I promise to make the rounds.
Water the plants, clean the grounds.
Because for better or worse, you will always be here in my thoughts.
Because I don't want to believe... That all these were just mere Plastic Memories.
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Naw, it's a poem inspired by the show Plastic Memories.
Baring the crappy overused tropes and the fact that it's short lived life forced it to cut out world building, the actual premise of the show was fantastic. Very heart wrenching. My recent feel fest reminded me of the show, which aired a year ago I think? Close to 2 perhaps.
It's about a romance between a man and an android girl, whose shelf life is about to expire. Meaning she would be deactivated, and her memory and personality shredded up. Cutesy at times, it deals with the underlying emotional struggle one would come to expect from someone who is, lets just say for lack of a better term, terminally ill.
You see the ending coming from a mile away, but it still tugs at your heartstrings.
Give it a watch if you care. It's only 13 episodes long, so it's an easy binge. But bring enough snacks for both you and depression, because depression is going to show up.
@threesevens you gona have plastic surgery confirmed?