Trial and Error

April 29, 2009
By _TruStr_ PLATINUM, Muskegon, Michigan
_TruStr_ PLATINUM, Muskegon, Michigan
26 articles 7 photos 4 comments

Favorite Quote:
It's better to keep your mouth shut and give the impression that you're stupid than to open it and remove all doubt- Mark twain


Such an amazing face
Such a long road, this race
How far into the water will I go?
Such an amazing face, how do you fare?

Long differs the rancid peaks,
of mountains through and high
The rivers running red
of lives long lost

Can the might stick out and long
And far so high and bright
Will it...Will it in my mind
A throw far fetched... how delicate

The author's comments:
Many things were running through my mind at this moment. I'm learning about World War Two, and so the "rivers running red" has to do with that.
"Such an amazing face" is about the movie Pearl Harbor and the two fictious main character who volunteered to help. (WATCH THE MOVIE!!)
"A throw far fetched...how delicate" is basically tying up both of them and all the other trials the world was facing, and how they tried to hope. Long and hard even when their country lost thousands of soliders.
Just something on my mind at this point.

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