Tonight after my UCOR class I went and saw “The Curious Savage”. It was great, I’d recommend anybody who is within the vacinity of SPU to go see it. It’s funny, thoughtful and moving. A great performance!

Well, right now I’m working on having a tortured soul, so I can write well for my imaginative writting class. Having a tortured soul is not as easy as I thought. I keep laughing and being happy. Shoot…I might have to go to extremes soon. I might have to like….go and fall in love or something and then have something tragic happen that inevitably splits us apart. Hmmm, which means I’ll have to fall in love with a “playa” or some kind of scummy jerk. Geez, this whole being a poet thing is hard work.

Speaking of tortured souls…where’s Kenny?

(just kidding Kenny, I love you!)

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  1. propheceye says:

    Don’t worry. I’m still here wallowing in my own misery that is programming with the win32 api. That and the fact of how allergic I am to alcohol. I can’t even drink a beer before class without turning into a lobster. God has it in for me… or is just hinting that I should become a pothead like that dirty hippy in ce110.
    Anyways the trick to having a tortured soul is to stop ignoring all the horrible things that happen in this world. Not only the rapes/murders/suicides/children starving kind of thing but the general sense of somberness that everyone feels from being unfulfilled when they aren’t too busy distracting themselves with meaningless things in their lives. Relish in this for a while and then you can move onto God’s role in it all. You can remind yourself that all that dandy stuff is happening because God wants it to (if he didn’t, he would do something about it right?). From here you can then look up all the scriptural support for predestination, and realize a vast majority of all the miserable people on this planet have been damned to hell since their birth because they were not chosen by God. Finally, keep this on your mind for a good 5 years of your life all while secluding yourself from human contact and you will be well on your way to writing good poetry!
    Hope this helped.

  2. sarahmadson says:

    Thanks for your advice! I’ll…ummm…be working on it. *half-hearted chuckle* he he

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