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    How do you think you will die? Or how would you want to die? Natural causes, accidental, suicide, or by homicide? What would you like to accomplish before you die? Do you have a bucket list of things you want to do before you pass away? My answers: Natural death: I think I will die of an...
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    I had a dream of pet rabbit dying. In the dream, a friend and I took it to the veterinarian's office and hooked it to a bunch of wires. There were lots of square, beeping machines with lots of buttons and flashing lights around in the small office. It looked futuristic almost. The rabbit was...
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    It's Official: The Universe Is Dying Slowly (source) by Nola Taylor Redd | August 11, 2015 12:54am ET The most comprehensive assessment of the energy output in the nearby universe reveals that today's produced energy is only about half of what it was 2 billion years ago. A team of...
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    Tombstone on the front door Playing the part of a corpse today, ma Bring flowers if you must but do not disturb This is only a role, I’ll step off the stage in time They peer into my urn, hoping to discern They tap on my tomb, looking to exhume One man’s pine box is another man’s womb One man’s...
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    On a mission to self-destruct completely Neatly In a dignified sort of way The weary poet way Fatigued from the race Needing a change of pace On the cusp of capsizing Into a drowning abyss Spend away and dwindle that figure Add more pressure to that sensitive trigger Drag those bones wherever...
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    Now comes the time of significant decay The autumn of the psyche when leaves fall away I am drowning in this madness with each passing day With nowhere to go and nowhere to stay I see no resurrection in the months ahead Only winter's harsh portrait of ivory coated dread My bones will only...
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    I come to your doorstep dressed in the garments of desperation Cloaked in the tapestry of yesterday's knitted threads Pouring rain nonstop for weeks on end The maintenance of life, the race, I've lost my wind Blue in the face, crying for air and attention Forgotten pupil in the hall of detention...
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    Sensory deprivation These walls can be a coffin Floating in shallow water I don't get to move that often Huge imagination Compressed by agitation Longing for liberation Inhibited by isolation The fear of moving The panic upon being seen Through word of mouth they cement you Into bricks to build...
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    Everywhere I look for hope, they seem to be out Evicted from my comfort zone, I live in great doubt The rainbow-tinted lenses that I wore in my youth Have been peeled from my adult head in favour of truth Finding fog instead of moonlight as I scan the dark night Hope decays with passing age...
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    I'm dying in this listless, dim excuse for a life I'm dying in this restless, dark compression and strife I'm dying in the sand dunes, being pulled below surface I'm dying while the band tunes up while I serve no purpose I'm dying as my strings get plucked and thrown to the sea I'm dying just to...
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    How did I get to these twenty-three years When suddenly now I have all these fears? How was I not so insecure before? How did I freely unlock my door? Was something protecting me peeled away? Exposing me to how I feel today? Did thieves break and enter and shut off the power? Why do I die with...
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    I'm pretty sure many people have heard of classical music "dying" in this world... but I like to always question what people say. Is classical music really dying? http://www.polyphonic.org/harmony/11/Audience_Music.Dempster.pdf After reading this, I really began to reflect on my life and...
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