Roses are Red, a Poem in 30 Seconds

Roses are red
Violets are blue
I don’t know
What to do

Hiding in my closet there
He makes no sound
It isn’t fair

Broken legs and arms and neck
Parents blind
Roommates dead

Hellbent on a crying fear
I don’t want you walking here


Roses are Red, a Poem in 30 Seconds is a part of a two-step program I’m using to keep myself on my mental toes:

  • Step one: Every goddamn day, grace the internet with single piece of writing, written that day, in protest of the sense of unmotivated despair hanging over the creative corner of my mind.
  • Step two: Keep doing that.

I first heard of this method referred to as “Don’t Break the Chain” in this random YouTube video. Thank you, reader, for being a small part of this, and to chance that brought me to it. ❤

Rainbow Connection – Fandom/Obsessors Parody

Why are there so many fights about fandoms
And what stereotypes are true?
People are egos
Personas illusions
It goes the same for me and you

So we’ve been told and some choose to believe it
I know they’re wrong all along
Someday we’ll find it
Purple guy’s connection
To Fazbear, to kids, and Afton

Who said every Pokemon
Would be caught and trained up
To be the best that it can be?
Someone made the Pokedex
And Satoshi believed it
He’ll beat the Elite, wait and see

What’s so admiring
That keeps us inspiring
Ourselves to see more than there is
Someday we’ll find it
The Earthbound connection
To Toby, to puns, and this

All the geeks under its spell
We know that it’s probably for kids

Have you been half asleep?
Have you seen visions?
Percy does every night
Is this broken nightmare
Only a nightmare?
Oops wait it’s not.

I’ve been entangled more times than I’d like it
But it’s something that I’m s’posed to be
Someday I’ll find it
Anime’s connection
To lovers, the Dreemurs, and me


This fandom-related parody of Rainbow Connection is a part of a two-step program I’m using to keep myself on my mental toes:

  • Step one: Every goddamn day, grace the internet with a single piece of writing, written that day, in protest of the sense of unmotivated despair hanging over the creative corner of my mind.
  • Step two: Keep doing that.

I first heard of this method referred to as “Don’t Break the Chain” in this random YouTube video. Thank you, reader, for being a small part of this, and to chance that brought me to it. ❤