There is this girl who is a joyful one. Having no care about in her life for she had everything she wants. Every single thing that she asks will immediately be done. Yelling her servants to come and then chants:
"Servants of my household, hear me thee." "Have my humble request be done immediately." "Every word, every word, you shall agree." "Gather here my servants for I have a wish for me."
One by one, her sevants came before her. To hear her utterly rediculus wishes - they're silently furious. Reaching their limits, if not for her father. A gentle man with honor to which they are gracious.
Passing the message, they had enough. Everyone gathered and devised a plan. Dark comes in and it's time for her to be thought. Heaven forbids for what they have done.
Early morning when the sun rose up. Residents of the town heard thay the girl suddenly hanged up.
A forced poetry. I'm not even going to hide that fact since I rushed this one up. Didn't had much time for proofing. I just write it and went on since I'm in a hurry. Welp, still a poem I wrote, so...
On my school laptop certain things are censored some make sense, like **** sites, cursing, and violence. but some don't, like words such as self harm, depression, suicide why is it censored, this addiction, this disease, this ending. should it be hidden? should it be kept inside? should i stop talking? should i stop writing? or should it be considered a cry for help when i type the words s-e-l-f h-a-r-m, d-e-p-r-e-s-s-i-o-n, s-u-i-c-i-d-e
im back but not better trying to use this instead of cutting stay safe everyone
Just blinded by stupidity By rich inhumanity Lack of love in society
Absence of insight; omission of outsight
Just censored curiosity Loss of credibility Condemned abnormality
Futures foresighted; actions unsighted
The past, no punctuality Death by immortality Buried from reality
There has been some contradiction and confusion on whether or not 'outsight' is actually a word. Through common knowledge and basic spellcheck, 'outsight' is not a word. But 'Dictionary.com' says that it is truly part of the English vocabulary. So believe what you want to believe.