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It's the month of December, a time of frantic cramming for finals and then a sweet smell of burning as notes and paper are thrown into the "ceremonial I'mjustcleaningsomestuffmomipromiseit'snotmyhomework."  For me, I've been a little more stressed than I have been in a while since I have a borderline grade for AP Physics B and I swear I will never let myself get a B -^-. But once finals is all done and over with (in a few millenniums or so from now), I want some time to relax, take a step back from my hectic life to contemplate about my future.  Once in a while, I feel like I'm too busy to look past the present and into my future.  During break, I wouldn't mind waking up at 6 a.m. without the pressure of a mindless intake of information to be done, take some cereal, and just watch the sky become a misty gray to a pomegranate red while I sip the last few drops of sugary milk.  I'm reminded of a single day when I had decided to wake up early to study a little before school started (it was super hard to wake up, trust me). Yet, I decided to just open the window and read a book for a few minutes.  Normally when I'm perpetually hearing the the roars of engines or the suspicious laughter of people and ducks seeping through the cracks in the windows, I was surprised when it was quiet.  All other signs of life, talking, squealing, thumping: muted.  Just like the tiny script of the time on a computer screen, it was unnoticeable unless I was looking right at it.  The morning air wasn't cold (the weather was still dubious about putting its toes into the freezing waters of winter).  Rather than that, it was crisp and clean like the sea air by the beach and it became a pleasant, comforting blanket that wrapped around me.  It was nice.
In my future, whether I'm a college student once again cramming for finals (always finals), another stupid employee that's late for that first day of work, or an old grandma who's still stupid by trying to make jokes to her grandchildren that just don't get it, I wouldn't mind taking that one step again and enjoy a peaceful morning to contemplate my life.  Yes, I'm still just a high school student who's writing this instead of studying for finals.  But who will I be tomorrow? Who will I be next year as a senior setting off into the real world?  Who will I be when I'm old and gray and I'm on my death bed?
Take some time off once in a while.  
Breath in.  Breathe out.  
Think.  
Decide for yourself how you will one day look at the live you've lived.
May everyone's lives turn out all right in the world.  G'd night everyone.
  • Mood: Tired
  • Watching: the computer screen
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It's the month of December, a time of frantic cramming for finals and then a sweet smell of burning as notes and paper are thrown into the "ceremonial I'mjustcleaningsomestuffmomipromiseit'snotmyhomework."  For me, I've been a little more stressed than I have been in a while since I have a borderline grade for AP Physics B and I swear I will never let myself get a B -^-. But once finals is all done and over with (in a few millenniums or so from now), I want some time to relax, take a step back from my hectic life to contemplate about my future.  Once in a while, I feel like I'm too busy to look past the present and into my future.  During break, I wouldn't mind waking up at 6 a.m. without the pressure of a mindless intake of information to be done, take some cereal, and just watch the sky become a misty gray to a pomegranate red while I sip the last few drops of sugary milk.  I'm reminded of a single day when I had decided to wake up early to study a little before school started (it was super hard to wake up, trust me). Yet, I decided to just open the window and read a book for a few minutes.  Normally when I'm perpetually hearing the the roars of engines or the suspicious laughter of people and ducks seeping through the cracks in the windows, I was surprised when it was quiet.  All other signs of life, talking, squealing, thumping: muted.  Just like the tiny script of the time on a computer screen, it was unnoticeable unless I was looking right at it.  The morning air wasn't cold (the weather was still dubious about putting its toes into the freezing waters of winter).  Rather than that, it was crisp and clean like the sea air by the beach and it became a pleasant, comforting blanket that wrapped around me.  It was nice.
In my future, whether I'm a college student once again cramming for finals (always finals), another stupid employee that's late for that first day of work, or an old grandma who's still stupid by trying to make jokes to her grandchildren that just don't get it, I wouldn't mind taking that one step again and enjoy a peaceful morning to contemplate my life.  Yes, I'm still just a high school student who's writing this instead of studying for finals.  But who will I be tomorrow? Who will I be next year as a senior setting off into the real world?  Who will I be when I'm old and gray and I'm on my death bed?
Take some time off once in a while.  
Breath in.  Breathe out.  
Think.  
Decide for yourself how you will one day look at the live you've lived.
May everyone's lives turn out all right in the world.  G'd night everyone.
  • Mood: Tired
  • Watching: the computer screen

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Welcome to The Stupidity of ArandomMoon~!
I will mostly upload poetry and drawings whenever I'm not busy with violin, homework(it haunts me forever~), and daydreaming...

Well, some basic facts laid out about me:
I LOVE ANY KIND OF TASK THAT CREATES(POETRY, FASHION, DRAWING, SINGING, ETC. *not that I'm always great at it*)
Actually now though, I'm finding my true passion is in literature! It just reaaly conveys emotions that other people can relate to, and I hope literature in this world will recieve more recognition.

Personal Quote: Quit complaining and live with all your might!
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lalaith913 Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2014   Writer
Thank you for the favorite!
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ArandomMoon Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
You're welcome!  Curious to see where your story is going! :D
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xxdraxx Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2014  Student Artist
Hey~~

Just wanted to thank you for the fave!

Also, since I'm currently focusing on music, I was wondering if you'd be interested in supporting me in that endeavor of mine?

If you are, I can link you to where you can find that stuff!
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Scarlettletters Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2014  Professional Writer
Thanks for faving my work!
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ArandomMoon Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
You're very welcome! :D
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ThomasCranham Featured By Owner Jul 10, 2014
Thanks very much for reading my story :)
It is very appreciated!
And soon i will have a book collection out, some artwork can be seen in my journal!
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DamaiMikaz Featured By Owner May 30, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks a lot for adding my work to your collection
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GrimDreamArt Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks a lot for :+fav: on my "Pen Buildings"!
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NotenSMSK Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Hello Random :) Happy new year! I hope you are doing well!
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ArandomMoon Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Thanks! I'm doing well! Happy late new year :D!
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