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Fidget
tap tip pat pad top
you can hear it
won't stop
my fingers
move when
the rest of me
doesn't
on garbage cans
counters
my body
tap tip pat pad top
you can hear it
won't stop
until you interrupt
my fingers
act when
the rest of me
doesn't
on plastic cups
phones
my pillows
tap tip pat pad top
I can hear it
won't stop
my ears
feel the music
that everyone calls
obnoxious
cymbals and snares
crash on trashcans
spoons and pears
tap tip pat pad top
I can hear it
won't stop
until someone interrupts
my ears
hear the music
that no one else
ever does
drums and toms
whatever my hands
can reach upon
my anxiety creates
a brand new song
tap tip pat pad top
tap tip pat pad top
you can hear it
i can hear it
my fingers
move when i
don't
my ears
hear what others
don't
tap tip pat pad top
you can hear it
I can hear it
my fingers
move when I
don't
my ears
hear what others
don't
tap tip pat pad top
my fingers
don't stop
my ears
don't stop
hear it
tap tip pat pad top
my anxiety
just created
a brand new song
tap t
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Literature
Wrist
it sores
it mop floors
it open doors
it stocks
it strokes my cock
it sets clocks
it twists
the pain in my wrist
doesn't exist
it screws
it cleans counters new
it rests for a few
it writes
it wears down with blight
it fights
it twists
the pain in my wrist
doesn't exist
it bends
the pain doesn't end
but I pretend
it doesn't exist
the pain in my wrist
it twists
it clenches
it wraps in benches
it crawls through trenches
it breaks
it frets and shakes
higher up the stakes
it twists
the pain in my wrist
doesn't exist
it bends
the pain doesn't end
but I pretened
it doesn't exist
the pain in my wrist
it twists
it twists
I can't resist
using it
it twists
i must insist
keep going wrists
it twists
pain revisits
taking me to my limits
but my wrist
it continues to twist
the pain doesn't exist
but my wrist
it continues to bend
the pain never ends
but I must pretend
that it doesn't exist
it twists
it breaks
it sores
it doesn't
exist
no not
anymore
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Literature
Quill
don't know what you have
until it's gone
don't know what you had
until it's there
in front of you
you were looking for
a quill to write with
to look up to
to hear your cry
as eyes dry
on dead eyes
looking back at you
what you were looking for
was there the whole time
don't know what you have
until it's gone
don't know what you had
until it's there
in front of you
you were looking for
a dad to play ball with
to look up to
not what you had
in mind
this quill writes parchment
on rustic blue lines
now the ink
goes dry
cold dead eyes
looking up at you
not what you had
in mind
but it was there for you
the whole time
don't know what you have
until it's gone
don't know what you had
until it's there
in front of you
in the stratosphere
all hard work and labor
for someone to look up to you
and now it's all gone
right in front of you
who knew
this quill sung to you
as you
threw it away
for a pen
familiar to you
not what you had
in mind
work with what you got
something you forgot
in the span
of the
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DAMN
we yell through this mirror
we run through the mirror
can't understand ourselves
we turn inward on everyone else
damn, we got a nice movement
nice black and red flags to wave
minority blacks and fags as charades
smoke bombs and bottles to parade
damn, we got a nice movement
as we yell through this mirror
we run to see clearer
we turn inward on everybody
we see everyone as an enemy
damn, we got nazis to punch
stars and stripes to burn and munch
we eat bullet points and fascists for lunch
they aren't nazis? just a hunch
damn, we got nazis to punch
by any means necessary
we yell through this mirror
we see ourselves
as the oppressor
we try to shelve
killing dissentors
don't argue my narrative
by any means necessary
damn, why are you so mean?
we just practiced our right to cause a scene
we just threw bombs at unsuspecting teens
we just got violent over dank memes
damn, why are you so mean?
as we see the enemy
we want to see
on these mirrors
we see what we
will become
but we've gone
too far
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tap tip pat pad top
you can hear it
won't stop
my fingers
move when
the rest of me
doesn't
on garbage cans
counters
my body
tap tip pat pad top
you can hear it
won't stop
until you interrupt
my fingers
act when
the rest of me
doesn't
on plastic cups
phones
my pillows

tap tip pat pad top
I can hear it
won't stop
my ears
feel the music
that everyone calls
obnoxious
cymbals and snares
crash on trashcans
spoons and pears
tap tip pat pad top
I can hear it
won't stop
until someone interrupts
my ears
hear the music
that no one else
ever does
drums and toms
whatever my hands
can reach upon
my anxiety creates
a brand new song
tap tip pat pad top

tap tip pat pad top
you can hear it
i can hear it
my fingers
move when i
don't
my ears
hear what others
don't
tap tip pat pad top
you can hear it
I can hear it
my fingers
move when I
don't
my ears
hear what others
don't
tap tip pat pad top
my fingers
don't stop
my ears
don't stop
hear it
tap tip pat pad top
my anxiety
just created
a brand new song
tap tip pat pad top

tap tip pat pad top
can you hear it
a brand new song
won't stop
until you interrupt
my fingers
move when i don't
my anxiety
creates
a brand new song
do you hear it
like my ears do?

tap tip pat pad top
can I hear it
a brand new song
won't stop
until I disrupt
my rhythm
breaks when I can't
my anxiety
resets
a different song
do I hear it
the same way twice?

tap tip pat pad top
it doesn't stop
you can hear it
i can hear it
my fingers move
when my body
doesn't
my fingers hear
what no one else
does
tap tip pad pad top
can you hear it
can I hear it
it's a brand new song
but it's the same brand song
my anxiety creates
the same song
in my mind anew
tap tip pat pad top
it doesn't stop
i can hear the music
I make with these fingers
but is it the same song
I keep singing
when I fidget
when I can't stop
when my body can't stop
for anything
I sit down
I play a new song
I sleep
I play a new song
I die
I play a new song
with fingers
that move when I don't
with ears
that hear what others don't
I create another song
with my anxiety
when I fidget
my body can't stop
tap tip pad pat top
it sores
it mop floors
it open doors

it stocks
it strokes my cock
it sets clocks

it twists
the pain in my wrist
doesn't exist

it screws
it cleans counters new
it rests for a few

it writes
it wears down with blight
it fights

it twists
the pain in my wrist
doesn't exist

it bends
the pain doesn't end
but I pretend
it doesn't exist
the pain in my wrist
it twists

it clenches
it wraps in benches
it crawls through trenches

it breaks
it frets and shakes
higher up the stakes

it twists
the pain in my wrist
doesn't exist

it bends
the pain doesn't end
but I pretened
it doesn't exist
the pain in my wrist
it twists

it twists
I can't resist
using it

it twists
i must insist
keep going wrists

it twists
pain revisits
taking me to my limits
but my wrist
it continues to twist
the pain doesn't exist
but my wrist
it continues to bend
the pain never ends
but I must pretend
that it doesn't exist
it twists
it breaks
it sores
it doesn't
exist
no not
anymore
As we continue on with this series, there will be more and more bands that I have yet to cover that will get their first cut into this series, as with this episode states. I initially wanted to do a 'agonizing anthem' series, taking a variety of songs that makes hipsters 'feel' like rebel rousers, but for now, let's get some new bands in the mix. The rating as always, below:

0 - Honest Humility
1 - Objective Self Inflection
2 - Barely A Ball Grab
3 - Some Justified Pride
4 - Gaze Yourself in the Mirror
5 - Decidedly Indecisive
6 - Smelling Your Own Farts
7 - Sunken in Pseudo-Success
8 - Absolutely Up Your Own Ass
9 - Self Congratulatory Autofellatio
10 - Pure Pretention, Incarnate

1. Cold War Kids - Love Is Mystical
(Pretention Level - 4)

This is perhaps not the best single to tackle this band firsthand, as I rather tackle their very first single, 'First', since it is ultimately superior in all forms to this song. Nevertheless, Cold War Kids is sort of a hard folk rock variant, but frankly, they are pretty indistinguishable from the lot, especially if the majority of their songs is songs like this, that have this soulful vibe and tread on cliche waters with treating Love as some kind ephereal voodoo juju, like as if I hadn't already heard that a million times before (From a certain mode of depeche, for example). While the song isn't that envelope bending, nor the lyrics are, the song is at least serivceable radio play that you can dance to, and the band itself don't seem so mired in their own self righteousness for making a song about making Love a metaphor.

2. The XX - On Hold
(Pretention Level - 5)

The Xx have had a much more storied career, as I know that from the internet's busiest music nerd Xthony Xtano, but this song is the only single that has managed to get the XX on the radio waves, and my sentiments are very much the same with my reception of Cold War Kid's second single, although to a much more infuriating aspect. On Hold goes for a somber, melancholy pop vibe, with a female/male singing duet that sound as dour as the instrumentals, making the affair extremely sad for the sake of it. While I guess this song would work as a sort of long midnight drive song, I don't know how it could work in a unironic dancing number or feel good midday song. This is definitely a breakup song in pop indie format, and for that, I don't think the XX are really going to have much momentum along the way.

3. X Ambassadors - Renegades
(Pretention Level - 9)

Holy Shit, how have i NOT tackled this piece of shit band. From the title, to the lyrics, to the instrumentation, this band is so full of themselves that I rather call them X'ed Ambassadors rather than ex-ambassadors. I also, in a fit of lacking sleep, made a very silly poem in regards to the line where the band literally think they are Steven Spielberg or Stanley Kubrick in terms of pushing the grain, when the song in question doesn't push any boundaries other than my fucking patience. This song would most definitely fit the 'agonizing anthems' playlist, but as I said, I didn't have a full collection of songs to go with it, so it gets to be a shallow reminder of how you can think of yourself better because you don't have a platinum CD record. Guess what dumbass? 

4. Portugal, The Man - Feel It Still
(Pretention Level - 7)

So I have heard prior singles from this band, but since Portugal the Man is the most obscure of the '(name) the (noun)' bands, I can't remember if the lead singer is male or female, which is what makes one aspect of this song infuriating. The offending line 'I'm just a rebel just for kicks' basically sums up the entirety of this song, as the singer with his/her androgynous voice recalls a time when people used to 'care' about being rebel rousers, 1986 or 1966 (to keep with the rhyme), because I'm sure that making music to a higher up label REALLY shows your stand against them corporations or other vague entity, right? Nevertheless, the title itself is also silly, considering that it could be that you do in fact, feel it still, but still can also mean that something becomes still and not that it perseveres throughout, so the title is almost intentionally setting off my OCD. Why not 'Rebel Just for Kicks'? It's basically what this song is about anyway. While the song is fortunately short and short lived, it has a big whiff of the renegades vibe from the previous song of trying to get some hipster douchebags to feel like they are fighting the SYSTEM MAN with this shit.

5. Cake - The Distance
(Pretention Level - 2)

If there was any band that fashions themselves as the new 'Red Hot Chili Peppers' it could be this band. A variety of clever lyrical input and strong analogies (I could go all day about the analogies found in 'Rock N' roll Lifestyle), combined with a heavy deluge of drum pads, guitar strums, jazz flutes and even hip hop grooves, Cake most definitely blends all the Los Angeles themes perfectly in tow, if only the Singer's voice didn't sound like a literal Ben Stein impersonator. This song does extremely well in giving you the impression that someone is going the distance, with action-movie oriented drum crashes and guitar riffs, with the Singer, while still sounding bemoaning to raise or lower an octave, goes with rapid fire procession of words referring to a number of analogies to winning and racing and running the course.

So that is with this episode! I will in no doubt do the next episode on some really shitty anthem songs that want to get the folks at Portlandia to start a panty burning tribunal to stump the trump!
  • Listening to: PORTUGAL, THE MAN
  • Reading: RENEGAYS
  • Watching: CAKE
  • Playing: THE DISTANCE
  • Eating: SOME EX AMBASSADORS
  • Drinking: COLD WAR KIDS
As we continue on with this series, there will be more and more bands that I have yet to cover that will get their first cut into this series, as with this episode states. I initially wanted to do a 'agonizing anthem' series, taking a variety of songs that makes hipsters 'feel' like rebel rousers, but for now, let's get some new bands in the mix. The rating as always, below:

0 - Honest Humility
1 - Objective Self Inflection
2 - Barely A Ball Grab
3 - Some Justified Pride
4 - Gaze Yourself in the Mirror
5 - Decidedly Indecisive
6 - Smelling Your Own Farts
7 - Sunken in Pseudo-Success
8 - Absolutely Up Your Own Ass
9 - Self Congratulatory Autofellatio
10 - Pure Pretention, Incarnate

1. Cold War Kids - Love Is Mystical
(Pretention Level - 4)

This is perhaps not the best single to tackle this band firsthand, as I rather tackle their very first single, 'First', since it is ultimately superior in all forms to this song. Nevertheless, Cold War Kids is sort of a hard folk rock variant, but frankly, they are pretty indistinguishable from the lot, especially if the majority of their songs is songs like this, that have this soulful vibe and tread on cliche waters with treating Love as some kind ephereal voodoo juju, like as if I hadn't already heard that a million times before (From a certain mode of depeche, for example). While the song isn't that envelope bending, nor the lyrics are, the song is at least serivceable radio play that you can dance to, and the band itself don't seem so mired in their own self righteousness for making a song about making Love a metaphor.

2. The XX - On Hold
(Pretention Level - 5)

The Xx have had a much more storied career, as I know that from the internet's busiest music nerd Xthony Xtano, but this song is the only single that has managed to get the XX on the radio waves, and my sentiments are very much the same with my reception of Cold War Kid's second single, although to a much more infuriating aspect. On Hold goes for a somber, melancholy pop vibe, with a female/male singing duet that sound as dour as the instrumentals, making the affair extremely sad for the sake of it. While I guess this song would work as a sort of long midnight drive song, I don't know how it could work in a unironic dancing number or feel good midday song. This is definitely a breakup song in pop indie format, and for that, I don't think the XX are really going to have much momentum along the way.

3. X Ambassadors - Renegades
(Pretention Level - 9)

Holy Shit, how have i NOT tackled this piece of shit band. From the title, to the lyrics, to the instrumentation, this band is so full of themselves that I rather call them X'ed Ambassadors rather than ex-ambassadors. I also, in a fit of lacking sleep, made a very silly poem in regards to the line where the band literally think they are Steven Spielberg or Stanley Kubrick in terms of pushing the grain, when the song in question doesn't push any boundaries other than my fucking patience. This song would most definitely fit the 'agonizing anthems' playlist, but as I said, I didn't have a full collection of songs to go with it, so it gets to be a shallow reminder of how you can think of yourself better because you don't have a platinum CD record. Guess what dumbass? 

4. Portugal, The Man - Feel It Still
(Pretention Level - 7)

So I have heard prior singles from this band, but since Portugal the Man is the most obscure of the '(name) the (noun)' bands, I can't remember if the lead singer is male or female, which is what makes one aspect of this song infuriating. The offending line 'I'm just a rebel just for kicks' basically sums up the entirety of this song, as the singer with his/her androgynous voice recalls a time when people used to 'care' about being rebel rousers, 1986 or 1966 (to keep with the rhyme), because I'm sure that making music to a higher up label REALLY shows your stand against them corporations or other vague entity, right? Nevertheless, the title itself is also silly, considering that it could be that you do in fact, feel it still, but still can also mean that something becomes still and not that it perseveres throughout, so the title is almost intentionally setting off my OCD. Why not 'Rebel Just for Kicks'? It's basically what this song is about anyway. While the song is fortunately short and short lived, it has a big whiff of the renegades vibe from the previous song of trying to get some hipster douchebags to feel like they are fighting the SYSTEM MAN with this shit.

5. Cake - The Distance
(Pretention Level - 2)

If there was any band that fashions themselves as the new 'Red Hot Chili Peppers' it could be this band. A variety of clever lyrical input and strong analogies (I could go all day about the analogies found in 'Rock N' roll Lifestyle), combined with a heavy deluge of drum pads, guitar strums, jazz flutes and even hip hop grooves, Cake most definitely blends all the Los Angeles themes perfectly in tow, if only the Singer's voice didn't sound like a literal Ben Stein impersonator. This song does extremely well in giving you the impression that someone is going the distance, with action-movie oriented drum crashes and guitar riffs, with the Singer, while still sounding bemoaning to raise or lower an octave, goes with rapid fire procession of words referring to a number of analogies to winning and racing and running the course.

So that is with this episode! I will in no doubt do the next episode on some really shitty anthem songs that want to get the folks at Portlandia to start a panty burning tribunal to stump the trump!
  • Listening to: PORTUGAL, THE MAN
  • Reading: RENEGAYS
  • Watching: CAKE
  • Playing: THE DISTANCE
  • Eating: SOME EX AMBASSADORS
  • Drinking: COLD WAR KIDS
As we continue on with this series, there will be more and more bands that I have yet to cover that will get their first cut into this series, as with this episode states. I initially wanted to do a 'agonizing anthem' series, taking a variety of songs that makes hipsters 'feel' like rebel rousers, but for now, let's get some new bands in the mix. The rating as always, below:

0 - Honest Humility
1 - Objective Self Inflection
2 - Barely A Ball Grab
3 - Some Justified Pride
4 - Gaze Yourself in the Mirror
5 - Decidedly Indecisive
6 - Smelling Your Own Farts
7 - Sunken in Pseudo-Success
8 - Absolutely Up Your Own Ass
9 - Self Congratulatory Autofellatio
10 - Pure Pretention, Incarnate

1. Cold War Kids - Love Is Mystical
(Pretention Level - 4)

This is perhaps not the best single to tackle this band firsthand, as I rather tackle their very first single, 'First', since it is ultimately superior in all forms to this song. Nevertheless, Cold War Kids is sort of a hard folk rock variant, but frankly, they are pretty indistinguishable from the lot, especially if the majority of their songs is songs like this, that have this soulful vibe and tread on cliche waters with treating Love as some kind ephereal voodoo juju, like as if I hadn't already heard that a million times before (From a certain mode of depeche, for example). While the song isn't that envelope bending, nor the lyrics are, the song is at least serivceable radio play that you can dance to, and the band itself don't seem so mired in their own self righteousness for making a song about making Love a metaphor.

2. The XX - On Hold
(Pretention Level - 5)

The Xx have had a much more storied career, as I know that from the internet's busiest music nerd Xthony Xtano, but this song is the only single that has managed to get the XX on the radio waves, and my sentiments are very much the same with my reception of Cold War Kid's second single, although to a much more infuriating aspect. On Hold goes for a somber, melancholy pop vibe, with a female/male singing duet that sound as dour as the instrumentals, making the affair extremely sad for the sake of it. While I guess this song would work as a sort of long midnight drive song, I don't know how it could work in a unironic dancing number or feel good midday song. This is definitely a breakup song in pop indie format, and for that, I don't think the XX are really going to have much momentum along the way.

3. X Ambassadors - Renegades
(Pretention Level - 9)

Holy Shit, how have i NOT tackled this piece of shit band. From the title, to the lyrics, to the instrumentation, this band is so full of themselves that I rather call them X'ed Ambassadors rather than ex-ambassadors. I also, in a fit of lacking sleep, made a very silly poem in regards to the line where the band literally think they are Steven Spielberg or Stanley Kubrick in terms of pushing the grain, when the song in question doesn't push any boundaries other than my fucking patience. This song would most definitely fit the 'agonizing anthems' playlist, but as I said, I didn't have a full collection of songs to go with it, so it gets to be a shallow reminder of how you can think of yourself better because you don't have a platinum CD record. Guess what dumbass? 

4. Portugal, The Man - Feel It Still
(Pretention Level - 7)

So I have heard prior singles from this band, but since Portugal the Man is the most obscure of the '(name) the (noun)' bands, I can't remember if the lead singer is male or female, which is what makes one aspect of this song infuriating. The offending line 'I'm just a rebel just for kicks' basically sums up the entirety of this song, as the singer with his/her androgynous voice recalls a time when people used to 'care' about being rebel rousers, 1986 or 1966 (to keep with the rhyme), because I'm sure that making music to a higher up label REALLY shows your stand against them corporations or other vague entity, right? Nevertheless, the title itself is also silly, considering that it could be that you do in fact, feel it still, but still can also mean that something becomes still and not that it perseveres throughout, so the title is almost intentionally setting off my OCD. Why not 'Rebel Just for Kicks'? It's basically what this song is about anyway. While the song is fortunately short and short lived, it has a big whiff of the renegades vibe from the previous song of trying to get some hipster douchebags to feel like they are fighting the SYSTEM MAN with this shit.

5. Cake - The Distance
(Pretention Level - 2)

If there was any band that fashions themselves as the new 'Red Hot Chili Peppers' it could be this band. A variety of clever lyrical input and strong analogies (I could go all day about the analogies found in 'Rock N' roll Lifestyle), combined with a heavy deluge of drum pads, guitar strums, jazz flutes and even hip hop grooves, Cake most definitely blends all the Los Angeles themes perfectly in tow, if only the Singer's voice didn't sound like a literal Ben Stein impersonator. This song does extremely well in giving you the impression that someone is going the distance, with action-movie oriented drum crashes and guitar riffs, with the Singer, while still sounding bemoaning to raise or lower an octave, goes with rapid fire procession of words referring to a number of analogies to winning and racing and running the course.

So that is with this episode! I will in no doubt do the next episode on some really shitty anthem songs that want to get the folks at Portlandia to start a panty burning tribunal to stump the trump!
  • Listening to: PORTUGAL, THE MAN
  • Reading: RENEGAYS
  • Watching: CAKE
  • Playing: THE DISTANCE
  • Eating: SOME EX AMBASSADORS
  • Drinking: COLD WAR KIDS

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BETTER PICTURE WITH THAT LOVABLE TROLLOPS FACE ON IT.

Favorite Poems Created: Nice, High, There, Dream, Forgiven, Sweet, Two Guns, Despite, Goodbye, Easy, Persist, Behold, Sincerely, Poetry, Know Atoll, Correct, Difficulty, Fine
Favorite FOE Poems Created: Pilot Light, Stygmas, Thorns, Jet, Littlepip, Mane To Machine
Favorite Pony: Fluttershy. 'nuff said.
Least Favorite Pony: Rainbow Dash (lazy, insensitive, rude, arrogant, egotistical, infedil)
Favorite Pony Episode: The Secret of my Excess.
Biggest Poetic Influence: Nine Inch Nails (Trent Reznor individually is also an influence)
Current Residence: I'll tell you if you tell me.
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Favourite genre of music: Techno; Specifically, Progressive Electronic
Favourite photographer: Someone else!
Favourite Style of photography: Isolation; Weather; Perspective
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MP3 player of choice: Touch. Ipod Touch.
Shell of choice: Armadillo!
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Skin of choice: My own flesh!
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Somethingguy912 Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2015  Professional Writer
thanks!
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KimkahMakara Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
no problem! ^v^
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CaptainMexico Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2015
You are welcome. My pleasure :wave:
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Ciao-Arrivederci Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
-stalks, waiting for new art to be uploaded-
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Somethingguy912 Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2015  Professional Writer
-points out the poem documents I just uploaded and the updates to all the stuff prior-
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Ciao-Arrivederci Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Those aren't new things, just updates p.p
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