Love is UnfairFor you to say you love me,
I know would be a lie,
For how can one such as you,
Love one such as I?
You are almost perfect,
A true god among mortal men,
And amongst them lay I-
That imperfect little hen.
But they do say
Such opposites attract,
However just because they said it,
Does not make it fact.
I hope you never read this,
And see how perfect I think you are;
For I am a dull lifeless planet,
And you are that beautiful shining star.
The Meaning of lifeThe meaning of Life
The meaning of life they say,
Will be discovered one day,
But you never know,
How deep things go,
And this will leave scientists in dismay.
What shall the scientists do?
Can they sort this through?
Maybe they will
and get a big thrill
from discovering that it's NOT 42.
Who really knows the truth,
And if they do where's the proof
that we truly live,
breath and give,
And the meaning of life is not some spoof.
The ChanceThe Chance
Give me the chance to prove myself,
I think we both know I can,
For although I'm a girl,
We both know I'm braver than any man.
Give me the chance to show you,
Exactly how I feel,
Because I just want to be sure
That what I feel is really real.
Give me the chance to know you,
'Cause at the moment I'm really hurt,
That you only ever see me,
As a tiny speck of dirt.
It's just one chance I ask of,
one chance to make sure I'm right.
Because you're all I ever think of
every single night.
Give me the chance to prove myself
That we can really exist,
Because you may not know it,
But you're my biggest wish.
Written for Bagpipes'n'Schnauzers. Because I know you're waiting for that chance.
Cenuties Old Story PrologueCenturies Old Story
We've all read the books in the library; the ones with the stories of the Monarch. To us it was just a fairy tale, like 'Humpty Dumpty'. How was I supposed to know that it'd be true? I mean, I'm not stupid, but I had never travelled off Earth. Most kids my age had at least been to the International Space Station, some had even been out further to the Galactic Alliance Station out in orbit over Neptune.
However, unlike 'Humpty Dumpty' and other such fairy tales, these fairy tales were fairly graphic and gruesome. I guess that's why a bunch of teenagers like us liked them so much. They told of an ancient race that existed not too long after the big bang, around 400 years afterwards while the cosmos were still filled with radiation. This was a time where our civilisation thought nothing could exist, however, the most ancient race existent in our galaxy today, the Hileze, thought otherwise. Their texts told us of these creatures that thrived off the