((A/N: This piece is pretty short. I apologize for that. On the other hand, I really like this song for two reasons: 1) it conveys a genuine, heartbreaking message and 2) it’s supernaturally fast. I specifically chose to link to that version of the song to show that yes, humans can sing that fast part. But on to the story!))
WARNING: CONTAINS GORE. READ AT YOUR OWN RISK.
((A/N: OK, this song is going to skip the third category in that song challenge, which is a song that makes you laugh. I find it hard to write a story on the song I picked (World Is Mine by ryo/supercell) so I decided to pick another song. Here it is. Listen at your own discretion. I also picked a different style of writing for this one. I hope it’s good.)) Continue reading
That’s a frequent question I ask in my life. I take interest in many, many things, and it gets hard to keep track of them all. Wanna draw? Sure. Wanna sing? You bet. Wanna watch cartoons? OK…but which cartoons? It goes like this to the point where there are so many things I want to do, but not much time. 😦
My whole life can pretty much be summed up in this quote from The LEGO Movie: “Every idea is a good idea, except the not-happy ones.”
“Why did you come here?” That was a common question that was asked to me once I transferred.
Before I go any further, let me tell you something important. The school I’m going to now is just a new school. It was only opened some less than three years ago, so there’s not so much students yet. In the very small high school community, many of us are transferees who spent most of our lives in another school before coming here for whatever reason. Continue reading
(A/N: This took me forever to write, I hope it’s all right! I look forward to writing the next installments. Also, I apologize in advance for all the Eurovision in this series. I love Eurovision. A lot.
So these things are gonna have a little mini-essay in the beginning explaining why I picked this certain song. For this one, it’s because it tells a really cute story. While the original song is a love story, I decided to make mine more of a character narrative, describing our girl and our featureless narrator. Also, the song itself is very simple as far as music goes. Listening to this song just feels like you’re jamming with your friends and having a good old time. I love times like that. Anyway, let’s start with the story…)
A Song A Day will be in collaboration with this 30 day song challenge.
That is all.