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By sophie on 04.13.2011
This life. It is painful. Yet so beautiful. It is a pendulum. Swinging back and forth. Good to bad. I prefer that though. I don’t want to be stuck in the middle. I don’t want to be stagnant. I want it severe. Good or bad, severe or else what’s life?
By Taylor Curry URL on 04.13.2011
The worst is when he yells. We’re not supposed to talk, even, during the tests, but he must be reading something else while we’re taking it. The noises are small at first — harsh breaths out through the mouth and back in — and escalate from tiny exasperated noises.
By kate on 04.13.2011
It is something that is over used and over protective. It causes harm, but is used in place of something as a fallback from to express deep distress on a situation
By Rudy White on 04.13.2011
It wasn’t what he had expected, if he were honest with himself. He had expected empathy. reassurance. Not reprimand. Not cruelty. But if he were honest with himself one moment more, he knew that Shyzab was right. He had lost her, and the road would be hard to find her, and he had to ask himself if it was still Charlotte who he was searching for.
By Jajaamanda URL on 04.13.2011
severe pain is aching through brittle bones. Softly breaking miniature pieces of them.
By brielle staudenmaier on 04.13.2011
Kelli had severe headache. It was almost blinding. She thought the sun would hurt it, so she sat in her office all day and tried to work on her Mac. But the screen blurred and her head pounded and she couldn’t focus.
It was like a dream when she found herself getting up from her computer, walking down the hall, and running out the doors into her sunny garden. Instantly she felt better.
By Mildred URL on 04.13.2011
Severe pain within in a broken heart. Mend it and take it back where it started. Why the fuck does the world have to be so harsh? Why did I have to see this part? Something I feel I could have missed. I dont like this shit.
By LaCoyia on 04.13.2011
My parents were extremely catholic!
At one point my mother broke a wooden spoon over my ass for watching TV when I wasn’t supposed to be.
By fischer pete on 04.13.2011
This is what my mom says her glasses make her look. But it’s just not true. She has this strange perception that your glasses determine your soul. I say false, false, false, it’s just who you are that does the trick.
As Dr. Seuss says “Those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.”
Eyes are the windows to the soul, so does this make eyeglasses the sills?
By Talia on 04.13.2011
it makes me think about a teacher, when we were young who was very bad
By Cecile on 04.13.2011
severe is one of those funny words
an elephant in the room
an allegory of the dictionary
her one story is his another
he will exclaim severe!
but she is calm
and will not understand
By Noelle URL on 04.13.2011
It’s not an admonition that hurts to hear, just one that reminds me I’m intruding. That I don’t quite belong here, yet. No matter how I want to.
I can look down out of the pool office and see the water, turquoise, broken by the friend of mine, kicking. It’s beautiful, and the sunlight makes me wish I could go down. She waves up at me, knowing that I’m watching her, and I wish again that I could be down there. Be among the water molecules.
By Thirteen URL on 04.13.2011
Storm hail meteorologist clouds pain motorcycle crash sister metal yellow stripes pain ripped sister lawyer sad brain pink swirls sad pull the plug potato short brown hair.
By Regan on 04.13.2011
“severe trauma” He said, rushing the stretcher through the ER. Dr. Owens closed the curtain behind him and started barking orders to the residents. “Page Dr. Shepherd, I think we need a CT here.” There was an empty look on his face. Nothing coming from your lead Trauma Surgeon.
By Janmaris Perez on 04.13.2011
he looked around knowing it was a severe situation, he was very upset, scared and lonely, and without fail managed to get caught up multiple times. He looked at the navy blue coated arms-man, then back to his own gray outfit, sighing dramatically he didn’t think there would be a way out of it this time.
By kristy URL on 04.13.2011
painful, it was not a pleseant day today. i knew we would not end this way, i knew it would hurt. i do, i do want to be with you forever
By kamryn on 04.13.2011
She’s not like that. She’s a kind person, but she’s very definite. She knows what is and what she is and she sticks to it. Some people would call that a bad thing. I don’t. I like knowing where I stand with her. It gives me a chance to be just as sharp as she is. It makes me more sure. It makes me more sure that I don’t want to know things the way she knows them, but want to keep my fluidity of belief.
By Lydia Webb on 04.13.2011
severe head cold
severe implications of a modest youth
By Suzy URL on 04.13.2011
heart attacks, comma, patient in hospital, some sort of damage, hurt, pain, defeat, set back, attack, fight, drama, situation, hit, damage, effect, love, fall, drop, explode
By Vikalp on 04.13.2011
The professor was so severe. His piercing blue eyes cold as ice seemed drill right into me. I’m usually good at making eye contact, but I had to look away.
There was an awkward, uncomfortable silence.
I now remembered why I hated being in his office. That severe, silent stare
By Christine Lim on 04.13.2011
nothing in my life is that bad. i mean i guess my mom’s punishments can be a smidge severe, but she can be pretty chill about them after a little. i guess i’m actually pretty lucky. ya know, since i don’t have much to say about the word severe, it must mean i’ve got a pretty swell lie.
By Mariah Black on 04.13.2011
Life is rather severe and unfair, why would life choose to be so severe as to punish someone that has barely lived long enough to do anything worth punishment. Why is life so severe on Iliana, what has she done to deserve the punishment of cancer? Who could possible deserve the feeling of a slow creeping and unsure death?
By balboa on 04.13.2011
The girl walked into the classroom. The door creaked a little bit. She looked around and everyone was sitting very upright in rows of wooden desks. Then she saw her. Standing at the front of the room.
By jennie2k URL on 04.13.2011
Severe head trauma. That’s what it said on the report. I shook my head, squinted, turned the paper upside down. Nothing worked. It still said “Severe head trauma.” It wasn’t possible.
My boy’s a genius.
By Clay URL on 04.13.2011
I have never had a severe injury. It is kind of strange though because I do sports that have high injury rates, gymnastics and taekwondo. I have had a lot of injuries though, just no broken bones or anything. I sprain things a lot.
By lizzyb97 URL on 04.13.2011
By Dani on 04.13.2011
The severe weather had everyone in a panic. The winds whipped around the house. The trees were bent almost in half. The sky was yellow. It was a tornado. The sirens went off. Which way was it coming and what would it hit?
By Becky on 04.13.2011
The way you treated me i never realized until now was severe, and not in a good way, but I do not hate you for it. I would actually like to thank you, because now I grew into a stronger person.
By andi on 04.13.2011
Her face on the photo was severe. Like she dint want tobe photographed. She didn’t want to be frozen in time like that. More than a surly teenager. There as something dark and Oainful inside her. Something dark and dangerous that etch away at her soul.
By Phillipmar on 04.13.2011
when something is severe it is harsh or really bad. anything can be severe such as severe heart attacks, severe bruises, etc. it’s important not to get confused with the word “seven”.
By Nicole on 04.13.2011
severe means when something is harsher than usual, or if a punishment for example is not in proportion with the crime committed.
By katie nolan on 04.13.2011
How severe the pain was he could not tell. For the sound of his own heart beat filled his mind, and rang throughout his ears. His fear was summed up as correct when he looked down and saw the wounds so deep, how was he still alive? With a deep breath, he turned his face upward to see the person who had caused him all this pain. And who else did he see but the face of his love.
By Daniel S on 04.13.2011
Punishment. Wind. Storms. I think about headaches & heartaches. I think about very strict parents, as in what’s the most severe trouble you’ve ever been in with your parents? With the law? In life? Hmmm That’s seems the most severe- life. What is severe in life? Why can’t something positive be severe? Why aren’t there severe kisses? Severe laughter? Even the idea of severe laughter is negative in connotation. You did something embarrassing; people laughed severely.
By 80price URL on 04.13.2011
The look in your eyes when I’ve disappointed you. It goes right through me and skims over the top of my soul like luggage in the x-ray conveyor. Your brow crinkles and I feel tears well up behind closed eyelids. Please, it’s too much.
By Ninasafiri URL on 04.13.2011
This word is harsh. Thats probably because they are synonyms. I would describe injuries as severe, or punishment as severe. I cant think of anything else to say besides YIKES. i LOVE
By Kyshia Marie URL on 04.13.2011
The clock ticked and I tried counting the seconds. I stopped at 567 because I figured it wasn’t helping my condition. I couldn’t move and I knew it. What was the point of rubbing it in?
By Esther Jones on 04.13.2011
The pain was too harsh. She couldn’t stand it anymore. It was awful. The pain of her leg was unbearable. It had been amputated by that damned car. Now she saw it lay wrapped in some shitty paper near her bed. It was an awful thing to see, as a reminder of how different her life was going to be from then on. Nothing would be the same anymore. I
By Lilly on 04.13.2011
A severe addiction, a disjoint from the brutal reality that warps him. Too severe too deal with but much more sever if left alone to be kept in the dark corner.
By rndm URL on 04.13.2011
Severe, sever, it doesn’t matter if it’s got the E on the end, it’s still a harsh, cruel, hurtful word. Severe. Severe thunderstorms, where flash floods destroy your neighbourhood and lightning strikes cause fires. Severe injuries, changing your life, perhaps taking it. Severe anything, severing you from the life you lived before.
By Apple on 04.13.2011