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You would have said those years ago
That you would never change
That love and hate would stay the same
That it could never dissipate
That to win was the game
The ivory castle stood certain of its impenetrable walls
Each tower rose with sure power
The royal faces, with fearless hearts,
But we cannot maintain these walls,
To keep away the war of fear,
Of becomeing insecurity's pawns,
Penetrated at the heart
You would have said those years ago
That you would never change
That love and hate would stay the same
That it could never dissipate
That humility was out of frame
I was standing in the pit at the Vampire Weekend concert a couple weekends ago in Seattle... I dont know why but that day, I was thinking about wanting to do something to change the world I live in now... And as I stood at the concert, I thought, "How cool would it be to put on an event, like this, as epic too.. but make it so that it fights for a cuase. A benefit Concert. Some friends and I had put on a concert last year that we raised over $4000 for a Drop in Center for street kids in Kenya with a few unknown bands and a few...
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At the begining of all things there is a nothing. This presence is of no matter, no size, no place, it simply is not. In nothing all is derived, in nothing, nothing is derived. To do nothing is a task I fear most. To remain at the begining, never to create, never to become. To not even fail. What is nothing but a blanket. Black and comfortable. Thats what its about. Right? If we remain in the comfort of how our lives are presently,then nothing bad could happen. As this thought wraps around and brings you to sleep the AIDs epidemic...
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Ashland sat on the bench down by the train tracks watching as each car passed on ahead. She thought about life, how she had spent her years in the back with mediocrity. She never intended to be that way, but everyone else all had gifts and talents. She was never too good at school, nor athletics, and art was most certainly not her "gift". But with him she never felt useless. Her only worth was now in seat 17B in car 6 of the train now moving 70 miles an hour away from where she sat.

"I can't do this." Ashland said as she glared at...

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