Tags: hate, pain, poem, poetry, shame, song
You shout me down,
Tell me to get back up,
I’m like, “Shut up, motherfucker”,
You don’t know this fuckin’ hate.
The hate that you caused with your vicious flame,
Destryoying everything in your mother fuckin’ wake.
I’m like, “fuck off, for fuck sake.”
Can’t you see the pain that you caused,
You did it without remorse,
As you destroyed ’em,
As you made ’em,
want to leave you and this fuckin’ world behind.
Over the course of your short, uneducated life, you tore up your past, while making up stories in your own fuckin’ mind.
You tore them apart and dragged me down too,
Even though you made the bullshit excuse, that you never meant to.
It’s funny how what you said now makes sense,
It’s far too late to forgive them.
That’s what I now say about you,
As you pretend to re-build your picture perfect life,
Basing it all on a lie.
I’m so angry, I can’t even cry no more,
Can’t even hurt no more,
Can’t even wish myself out of this fuckin’ existence any more.
So as you gather round and enjoy the weep of me, as I I get no fucking sleep in me,
Just remember how much you’re adored,
Someone out there still loves you more,
More than you’ll ever know,
More than they will ever get the chance to show.
And on the final day,
As we stand in the guilty parade,
That remorse and guilt will fill your veins,
And you know what?
What a fucking shame!
By Tommy G
Tags: gay, lebian, LGBT, pride, straight, transgender
I am proud of who I am. I do not need to wear rainbow colours to show this. I do however respect Pride as an identity. And those that embrace the Pride events are doing what they feel is best for them. I however see the event as a hijacking of business minds; a way to make money out of sexuality.
I am not saying that Pride Festivals are wrong. They are a vital part of human history. They are there to show how much torture, struggle and pain that our ancestors, family, friends and even ourselves have gone through just to be accepted for who we are, and to live a lie no more.
I am lucky to be in a privaliged situation. I have never suffered any physical abuse because of my sexuality, and my family, friends and community could not be anymore supportive. But some are not so lucky. Some people of different sexuality have been through unimaginable torture, and I hate to say this, but some have been unlucky enough to come through the other side with such unbearable memories. I salute every single one of them. If I didn’t have my friends and family around me, I would refuse to keep on living. So, anybody that has managed to turn their lives around after being rejected by every single person they once loved, have my highest respect and love.
So I will not go around wearing rainbow flags, but I will hold a special place in my heart for all my LGBT friends and allies. We are not better than anybody else, and I for one do not pretend to be so. All I ask for today, is the continued and ever increasing respect for people of all religions, all faiths, and all sexuality.
Ever wondered how to make your own Purple Rain cocktail?
Well here is the recipe. Nice and easy.
Tags: charity, jackpot, lottery, prizes
Are The National Lottery Jackpots always a bit excessive? I agree that their needs to be a National Lottery, and that there needs to be ordinary people that win it. But who really needs to win anything above £10,000,000? Even for me, ten million pounds is far too much to live on, but there needs to be an amount like that to keep the sales of lottery tickets up.
So if I find the prizes excessive, why do I think we still need a National Lottery?
My answer is simple. So many charities and organisations benefit from being awarded national lottery grants. And this needs to continue. But if these funds are funded by the lottery ticket holders, then they still need a substantial prize on offer. if there was no chance of a money prize for entrants, then nobody would buy a ticket. But how anyone can justify over a hundred million going to one individual ticket holder, is beyond me. think of all the charities and organizations that could benefit from that amount of money. And I think that any lottery winner of any substantial amount, should be disqualified from winning any further jackpots.
I do not intend to make people feel guilty when I say this, but I would never keep anything over £1,000,000 if i was awarded the jackpot prize. I would give anything over that amount to charity.
A potential question for people trying to justify there excessive winnings is, If I didn’t win the many tens of millions, then I couldn’t guarantee that the remaining money would go to the charities I care about. My answer to this one is also simple. If somebody has this issue, they should be given the choice of where all the other money could go. Call it a charity trust fund (not sure if that is the right word) They wouldn’t get the excessive amount of money, but they would have a say in where the money would go.
So with all that covered, please feel free to give me any more questions or potential problems that would make my idea impossible A.K.A. justify your potential selfishness to be awarded over a 100 million pounds! OK, maybe this last paragraph is supposed to make you feel guilty. But if you are selfish, I feel no guilt in labeling you it.
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One day in my life,
I’m gonna take you back to where it all began,
When I get better, you better watch out for the ghost of christmas past, he’s gonna haunt your house.
One day in my life,
I’m gonna take you back to when time began,
To when you began your role,
To when the stars lit up and then went out,
To when the darkness consumed my soul.
It’s because of you,
I have no doubt,
That one day, I’m gonna want out.
It’s because of you that I bear these scars, on my mind and my soul,
You put them there when you were not whole.
That’s why one day in my life,
I’m gonna forgive ya for all you’ve said and done,
For blowing out all the stars and my sun.
One day in this life,
One way or another,
We’re gonna be back together,
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