All posts for the month June, 2009

Wildflower (Unauthorized Lyrics)

Published June 22, 2009 by ladyserenity92

These are the unauthorized lyrics to the song Wildflower. I don’t have the rights to these lyrics, so PLEASE DO NOT COPY THESE. Thank you.



He’s Faced the hardest time you could imagine.

And many times his eyes fought back the tears. (Yes.)

And when his youthful world was about to fall in.

Each time his slender shoulders.

Bore the weight of all his fears.

And a sorrow no one hears.

Still rings in midnight silence, in his ears.

Let him cry, for he’s a man.

Let him dream, for he’s a child.

Let the rain fall down upon him.

He’s a free and gentle flower, growing wild.

And if by chance I should hold(repeat).

Let me hold him for a time(repeat).

But if allowed just one possession.

I would pick him from the garden, to be mine.

Oh, Oh, oh!

Be careful how you touch him.

For he’ll awaken.

And sleep’s the only freedom that he knows.

And went you walk into his eyes.

You won’t believe.

The way he’s always paying.

For a debt he never owes.

And a silent wind still blows.

That only he can hear and so he goes.

Let him cry, for he’s a man.

Let him dream, for he’s a child.

Let the rain fall down upon him.

He’s a free and gentle flower, growing wild.

Stayed Tuned!

About Writing Therapy

Published June 21, 2009 by ladyserenity92

People often write as a way of expression, to be heard or to pass down words of wisdom. This is known as ‘writing therapy.’ For over 5,500 years, people have been practicing therapy writing. Writing therapy writing is one way of escaping from the real realm, to the realm of words on paper. Writing can be clam and soothing. Most people on writing therapy write for fun; while others write to earn a little pocket money.

Writing therapy is a non-violent way for people to express their feelings. People taking writing therapy often use sheets of paper, a notebook, and a pen/pencil. In today’s time, most use a computer and have online weblogs(blogs). With an online weblog, people are able to share their thoughts and feelings with the rest of the world.

Some famous diarist had used writing therapy. Two examples are Lady Sei Shoagon (The Pillow Book) and Anne Frank. Both books have become famous many years after both the diarists’ deaths. Few people like to ‘draw’ what they are feeling. They ‘write’ using doodles and paints. This type of therapy is called ‘art therapy.’

In order to keep the names of friends, family, (and the author’s name a secret), some writers chose to have a pen name called a pseudonym. The pseudonym is to prevent the author to not get in trouble with the public. occasionally, few people chose to write about other things besides their personal life. The author may write stories, nature references; anything that he/she would want to write about.

Writing therapy is about understanding and reflecting about the ups and downs in a person’s life. In writing therapy, the only perscrition the person needs are: a pen, a notebook and an imagination.

Blogist’s note:

This essay is for entertainment purposes only. The views and opinions expressed in this piece do not reflect on the author, her weblog, or

Stayed Tuned!

What I did wrong/What I did right

Published June 20, 2009 by ladyserenity92

What I did wrong…

  1. I posted stories that no one isn’t reading.
  2. I started out slow and not bloging fast enough.
  3. I didn’t update my post and should’ve write what I would say.
  4. I’m feeling stupid just like the GIECO caveman and didn’t write fresh material to post on my blog.
  5. I missed out on the bandwagon and left my fans high and dry.

What I did right…

  1. I met my old friend Jesse yesterday on the bus to the bank. We talked for awhile. She got a new job and is now looking for an apartment. I wish her the best.
  2. After a three month break from writing, I’m planing to pen a story to post on the blog. But first, I have to update my previous stories on my blog. It may take a while to do so.

Oh my word! I have to get started right now.

Stayed Tuned!

Another Friday

Published June 19, 2009 by ladyserenity92

It is another Friday. Yes, the weekend is here. I’m not sure what I can do. So I go along with this blog, I make a plan to stay home. In Charlotte, NC. we have a heatwave advisory. I really don’t want to stay home. It’s lonely at home. I miss my family and my friends. That’s the price I’m paying for wanting to be alone. But whatever the risk, I’m going to have some fun this Friday.

Stayed Tuned!

The Children are crying

Published June 18, 2009 by ladyserenity92

The Children are crying.

They cry for freedom from the oppressions of their government.

They cry out to be heard.

They cry to have a voice.

‘You silly, children.’ the government mocks, ‘you don’t have a voice. What can you do?’

Out of my classroom window, I see my friends.

Some are arrested; other are sent to prison in handcuffs.

While others die on the ground.

I see my girlfriend with the boy she loved dead on the ground.

The streets are red; and so is the schoolyard.

The brave children put up a fight to be heard in an oppressed government.

Many are incarcerated and many die for a fight for freedom.

The Children are crying. But are we listening?


Author’s note.

This is a haunting poem about defiance, the fight for freedom and the cost of the fight. In the 1960’s and 1970’s there was a power struggle between the youth and government. They was a shocking image that I saw of a nameless girl crying for a dead boy on the ground. It was a tragic photograph that shocked the world. Now in 2009,(30 years after the fight for freedom in Iran), the children are in the street once more. Fighting, defining and dying for a voice of freedom. I may be young, but I know that good wins over evil if their is a fight for it. This poem is dedicated to the youth of Iran. We hear you, don’t give up.

Stayed Tuned!

A brief history on ‘The Clash’

Published June 17, 2009 by ladyserenity92

The punk group The Clash was formed in London, England in 1976. The group took English punk and combined different styles into their music. The Clash made their music debut as an opening gig for the infamous punk group The Sex Pistols.

Unlike the songs of  The Sex Pistols, the songs of The Clashwere mostly about racism, police brutality, political slants and disenfranchisement.

In 1977, CBS Records of Great Britain(TM) signed The Clash for an advancement deal of $200,000. In spring of that same year the band’s debut album was released and entered the British music charts at #12. Music censors at the U.S.A record company Columbia(TM) thought that the British version of  The Clash’s debut album was too inappropriate for Stateside release. However, it didn’t stop American fans from buying the album as an import.

The Clash’s first album to be released in the States was ‘The Cost of Living’, which included the cover version of  Bobby Fuller and Sonny Curtis’ I Fought the Law.

In 2002, the collaborator and close friend of  The Clash Joe Strummer passed away at the age of 50.

Stay Tuned!

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