Friday, 20 January 2012

Reading & Writing (Writing & Reading)

The piece written by the writer is written rich with coherency.
The writer most certainly captivates the reader.
The reader reads the writer's work,
but the writer writes for the reader's leisure.

Thursday, 12 January 2012

The Insoluble Mystery

The library book that was overdue ten years. The unsolved mystery holds no potential of being solved. Their's no clues as to why the book was never returned for up to a decade. The book of theft, the book that contains the know-how about theft in all its concepts was ironically stolen or perhaps borrowed for a decade... You decide the fate of this story... Their is none. Well, at least that's what I thought...

Life's Theories

The hypothesis fixed and set concrete by the wise has the tendency to be correct, it never lets down, the wisdom is arguably significant. The naive steer themselves into a direction that welcomes corruption, infidelity, insecurity and incompetence with open arms. For the most part, they're prone to defeat and vulnerable to many of life's downs whilst attempting to grasp the 'ups' - the positives - success. In contrast, success is inevitable for the wise.