collecting my thoughts helps my day to be alittle brighter.

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  • soundsofsaddness41 15h

    Childhood Book Sequels

    The successful samplings of Sam I am,
    Of the plate with green eggs and ham.
    In book two, he sold a few then changed to blue,
    They found out it was only food coloring nothing new.

  • soundsofsaddness41 16h

    Childhood Book Sequels

    Poor Minneapolis Simpkins,
    Opts for a mouse to comfort her kitten.
    Convinced no monsters this time for me,
    The book ends up a discovery channel disaster story.

  • soundsofsaddness41 18h

    Childhood book sequels

    In the second book for pickles the cat,
    He is old, and his big body is quite fat.
    Ladders help him to climb trees,
    He never uses poles, just stairs to the next story.

  • soundsofsaddness41 1d

    Inevitable skyfall

    Every thing we do, causes water to collect in clouds, in the sky.
    Each day those clouds, grow heavier,
    It's harder to just float by.

    Eventually they hear the call it's time,
    water can not gather or swarm,
    They open up to their only option and
    Herald in a song of storms.

    We sway, groan, and sometimes cry.
    But this doesn't change the open sky.

  • soundsofsaddness41 3d


    Stand up for what matters...
    Dare to be...

  • soundsofsaddness41 3d

    Wolves, water, and rangers

    Free time,
    Your outside,
    The wilderness brings a wildness,
    That takes all the pressure off.
    Your possible
    Time free.

  • soundsofsaddness41 4d

    I am not asking, about your day today,
    I want to talk about me and wait for you to say.

  • soundsofsaddness41 5d

    Nature's Way of Teaching Us

    If I took a walk I'd bring Robert Frost,
    To capture beauty, even if we were lost.
    On a road, in the woods, or in the dark
    Describing nature, he really left his mark.

  • soundsofsaddness41 1w

    Sometimes you feel like, if you keep looking towards the sky, you might fall like the rain.

  • soundsofsaddness41 1w

    A Distant View

    Round fenced in trees,
    tall colorful windows on buildings,
    People in swarms just casually walking.
    Honks, some crying, loud talking,
    and laughs,
    Bright lights
    to ward off the darkest of nights