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[quite disturbing]

Upon tidying my room, I found a
quite disturbing poem that I wrote
years ago.

[f.y.i back then the majority of people
that I knew called my photo]

Photo did something stupid,
Photo did something bad,
Photo did something and relapsed
Into old habit he had

Photo did something stupid
But Photo doesn’t care
It makes photo laugh
Cause everyone was there

Photo did something stupid,
Hidden by the clothes he wears,
Photo now hides these
It looks like he’s been attacked by a bear

Photo’s arm now stings
Yet he’s bound to do it again
But Photo don’t care about nothing no more
Doesn’t even care about the pain

Reading this actually makes me happy that
I got past it and have become a more rounded
person. Boom.

[a little extension] [addition really]

This is just a little added piece
to add to the last blog, now
as I said.

It’s strange to see something
that you wrote in the past
and realising that that person
is absolutely nothing like the
person you are today. And
also realising you couldn’t
be happier that this is the truth.

I just read a message that I
had sent to myself from my
personal myspace to the
[Little Green Book] myspace
and it had sat there unopened
[or not yet read, however you
want to phrase it] since it’s
sent date of the 18th November
2006.

The thing is hardly any mail
at all goes through this account
so I read it and I wish I could
meet myself two years ago
and make him see the life
he has now in comparison
to the life he had and he
would have probably been
alot happier and not so damn…
[searching for the right word]
…depressing little emo bastard
with little or no backbone!

[i feel the phrase best did it
rather than a single adjective].

[blogs, werd] [x]

I had to think for a while what this
blog could be about, I mean although
I have had an eventful week [being
kicked out of the girls toilets by a
bouncer, being one of them].

Theres not much to write about
that I could put easily into a couple
of hundred words. So I decided not
to blog and check out any updates
that may have occurred on the
music myspace for [Little Green Book].
And somehow [I’m not sure how] I
ended up on a list of old blogs for my
personal myspace.

Now the titles of my old blogs, had
little [or more likely] nothing to
do with the content and so I was
actually intrigued about what I had
written about and I was actually
surprised.

They seem to reflect
the person I forgot I used to be
and at the same time it kinda
reminded me of the things that
I used to do and subsequently
overcame.

I was going through random blogs
recently and found one that had
just one entry and posed the
question ‘why do you blog?’
so I answered:

I find that I give random life lessons
to my friends. And so I blog so that
I can actually document those little
lessons and so they can reach [and
hopefully help] a wider audience

I also put my thoughts, my
photography and stuff like that
x

But here’s the thing I’ve also
realised that I use my blogs
as a sort of diary, a way for me
to record whatever is going on
in the the world around me and
in my head.

Because after reading
my old blogs and examining myself
as a person I’m actually proud
of the things I have achieved.