Knomageddon Chapter 1...It was a cloudy day. The wind was roaring over the sound of the tires rolling over the dirt road. I stared out the window at the sky turning back as it morphed into different shapes of cloudy darkness.I sighed. "Were' going to go to a hotel for the weekend!" My mother,Michelle, had exclaimed. "You want to come?" She had asked my dad."No thanks. Michelle frowned. "We'll be fine." By brother reassured her."Bye!" "Bye!" We had gotten into the car, and then the conversation remained like it was no longer existant.We were silent the rest of the way.All of a sudden, we slowly pulled up into a spot in an emty parking lot of a tall in about 5-8 stories tall and 4 stories wide. The parking lot was old and drenched with muddy water gapes in the middle of the road. It was lined with a series of dead evergreen trees and a wire fence. At the front of our parking spot stood an enormous billboard that climbed up to a higher altitude than the trees. I could'nt tell what it had read in the past; i
Of The Things I Was SayingSitting in the darkAloneI came to realizeThat what I was sayingSitting there by myselfAloneWas expressing what I was feelingMy lips were sealedBut yet it was devulging every wordEvery feelingThat I was coming to mentallyAnd I wished then that I could stop myselfAnd the pure silenceFrom screaming the words of truthThat I held deep down.And so I tried to conceal what I was sayingWith the soft words running through my mouthThat were silently screamingThe pure feelingsI had.But what was telling everythingwas nothing.Beacause I didn't even know what I was feeling.It was nothing.Nothing.Silence.
Midnight SkyAs waves lift high and grab the clouds,A flash of lightning runs across the sky,And the moon shines deep into the sandy beach, And the kelp longes to fly,The trees quiver, the sand below shivers,And the waves still lift high,Grabbing the clouds,In a midnight sky.