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It's the new year.The year has reached the end, and I’m reminiscing the time that I spent
From the dreadfulness I bared, to the happiness that I shared
It’s all in the past, but I’ll never forget all the many times people cared
And the future seems better to me; there could be no reason to be discontent
It’s unbelievable and unpredictable, how much I changed that year
I could barely understand myself and now I know my biggest fear
I’ve managed many of my problems; I’d say none is left near
And many reasons keep me going, which many I hold dear
As for my resolutions, I hold few, the lesser I’ve let loose
EmptyInside me is a hollow, empty void I attempt to fill with what comforts most.
I fill it with music.
Tuning out society to screaming guitars, wailing vocals, pounding drums, and rapid bass lines; my conflicts are at a stand still, never to be faced again. Blasting it until my head spins, my ears ring, chills pulse and throb at my cold, numb body when the lyrics match harsh reality word for word. These rhythms sweep me through waves of emotion. The same sound that has me overjoyed and grateful for life itself has me on the floor weeping, reminding me of the waste of space I really am. It has me wishing I was born decades before, just to hear t
A Diary of a an inspiring navvA Diary of a an inspiring navvy worker,
My name is Christopher Victor; I’m 15 years old and a navvy worker. I was born in London England, so was my little brother 3 years after I was born in 1840. Life growing up wasn't as hard on me as it was on other families I saw around my neighborhood area. It always had me wondering what it was like to work so hard and take the acceptance as being nothing but dirt to others. I told my dad this and he chuckled at me. “Maybe you’ll find out soon”, he would say to me. I knew what he was getting at. Life as a navvy is tough work.
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