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Endearing Ardent of Specualtion
July 17, 2004
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I'm a 19 year old graduate who graduated in Third place with honors.
(I was supposed to graduate in 2nd but there was a battle between me and another female.)
I love to write, dance, and play music. I played the voilin for years until I was 16 and had to give it up when I moved with my biological mother against my will.
Since then I have graduated in and I went through 4 years of highschool from 16-18. And cought up to my grade in 2 months to get out of her house.
I have been writeing for years! Since I could remember, and also since I could remember not one of my poems have ever been about love or joy. Instead I am drawn to the darker side of things and have gotten punished for it.
My biological mother found a book with many many many of my best writings in it and threw them away after she tore them to shreds. When I demaned a reason of why she would do that to something I worked so hard on her reply was "It's my house and everything in it belongs to me."
I gave up for a while after that until I got a certificate in the mail saying I won an award and had one of my poems published in a book of that years best authors and writers. I was ecstatic to say the least. Because the letter in the mail also stated that if I chose to enter again I could win 1,000 dollars.
Needless I love to read, was the President of a book club at school, and watched reading rainbow growing up. (^.^) I love Edgar Allen Poe, Stephen King, Shakespeare and Jane Austin.
And if I ever have children which I'm not planning at the moment or ever. They will not watch these ruinous T.V. shows that children watch right now. Just like the programs my three year old cousin is not allowed to watch while I babysit. They will watch the same shows I did
(and a few silly ones of course!) even if I have to pay more money then I would like. But what's the hightest price you're willing to pay to give your child the gift of books and words?!
But above all knowing how to read and write are the greatest gifts anyone could ask for! And that's what I will pass on for generations ,and if not through my own lack of ability to give birth, which I found out last Christmas, then through my cousins and siblings!
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