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It whorls and twirls. Nothing can stop it. It’s sucking me in. No hold. I’m slipping. I am finally free from my repressed self. I am a but a leaf on the wind, watch how I soar.
By Alyssa on 07.09.2012
It spins, and once I managed to see through the blades of the turbine something I didn’t think I could before: a slew of images of dreams once held during childhood, small in small hands, fragile like glass.
By Milton Rivero URL on 07.09.2012
circles and twirls and hurricanes. disaster and chaos and houses falling down and people running away. screams and fights and taking each other by the hands and clothes. no more homes and no more families. people have died and people are crying
By farida on 07.09.2012
Turbine. What a strange word to have to write about. I am not impressed. One time I was playing Scategories. You get a letter and have to come up with a bunch of answers to phrases that start with that letter. Turbulence was my best answer. “Something in
By Submit where URL on 07.09.2012
what does turbine mean? i don’t know that word, i don’t even know what I’m writing, just writing… why? because that website told me so…. interesting or it is not.
By kalina URL on 07.09.2012
Oh, the wind turbines, beautiful spinning white things that capture the breeze and turn it into energy. If only we had more of them in the world.
By Patri URL on 07.09.2012
The first thing that comes to mind when I think about turbines is wind tunnels. I have no idea if wind tunnels have anything to do with turbines, but it seems to make sense in my mind. As a young artist my life never necessitated having to investigate the word. All I know is that a turbine has something to do with air.
By Chris on 07.09.2012
Wind turbines cranked overhead, their “whoosh-whoosh-whoosh” murmuring in the sky. They scared me as a child, like the electric fans of giants…
By Laura URL on 07.09.2012
a turbine is a thing on a car i think. i’m not really sure, who knows? not me. it’s crazy, but maybe it’s something on a boat… i think it is. it sounds like combine which is something they use on a farm isnt it? i’m not sure. turbine is a cool word, starts with a t, my name starts with a t. my friends call me t. it’s sorta like a nickname, yaknow? one of my friends families calls me tbird. haha, woo…they are a fun family. i love them, they are funny and loving and they don’t judge. the mom is so cool! they are all so very muscial and talented, they love activities, it’s a mad house (:
By T on 07.09.2012
By Jessica on 07.09.2012
The turbine was moving slowly, it was rusty and old but it had some sort of wonderful quality to it.
We sat there and waited for the wind to blow so that it could pick up speed. I loved when that happened.
The cold breeze rushing across my hot face ease the corruption happening in my mind. I loved every minute of it.
I closed my eyes and imagine his cold lips on top of mine and my hair wrestling his face.
I got goosebumps all over my body from the cold air of the turbine. I shutter slowly in his invisible arms.
By Zayhll URL on 07.09.2012
Die Rotoren liefen langsam wieder an. Erst machten sie ein unregelmäßiges, schepperndes Geräusch und ein Vogel flog in Panik aus dem Gehäuse. Die Umdrehungen wurden immer schneller und ein Pfeifen mischte sich in das Scheppern. Dann öffnete sich die Erde.
By Lisa URL on 07.09.2012
What the heck is a turbine? I don’t know. I’ve seen it in text before, I’ve heard of it in conversations before but what the heck is one? I don’t know. Maybe good old Merriam Webster could help me out with that. Or Collins can too. Either one works fine.
By Sabrina on 07.09.2012
don’t known what it is but I just thought of a tube. does that count? I don’t think so. I was about to look it up in the dictionary but then again I only have sixty seconds therefore I decided not to. Time is almost over. It makes me nervous.
By beatriz URL on 07.09.2012
What will we do the day the wind stops
By morgan URL on 07.09.2012
engine flows air with increasing speed. Boeing jets, taking off from Midway midday, today, no tomorrow. Gold bars and bears are for cooling.
By accc on 07.09.2012
i couldnt look away, couldnt tear my eyes from the spinning
spectacles never suffer from lack of attention.
By swansandsparrows URL on 07.09.2012
The turbine that powers our love is alignment. Nice to be hear again. Very smart. I am
so need this. And you.
Are turbines on cars? I think so. Hmm…
By Jennyg42389 URL on 07.09.2012
the turbine of my youth churned me into shredded feelings of despair and you were always there though who would have known that in the rumble of the waters under the building by the river anyhow. glad i know it now.
By Raven URL on 07.09.2012
My stomach feels like a turbine when I’m with you. I don’t know why, but you’re love is the fuel.
By Fefa on 07.09.2012
The mountaintops blasted apart, old woods cleared, bedrock blasted and shattered, all in the name of the environment, so the 450′ wind turbines can grace our forever-ruined ridgelines. Ironic isn’t it? Of course I want to get away from coal to renewables, but does the chancy power generated make up for the destruction of the mountaintops?
By Annie URL on 07.09.2012
que es esta pagina no entiendo ni porque estoy escribiendo pero me gustan los elefantes con grandes orejas y esto cada ves es mas divertido quiero salir a rumbear hoy
By tito on 07.09.2012
The hamster wheel, clicking the tab
Only stopped for a second
But even that was enough
For the fuses to blow, the bulbs to go
The wiring to sizzle along the plaster
Burning black lines up, across
down the walls -
a charcoal web on chalk canvas
By gsk URL on 07.09.2012
Wind turbines are a source of renewable energy. Like really big sideways fans. I wonder how many insects one wind turbine kills a day? Bet a lot of insects die a day..
By Kate on 07.09.2012
The turbine swirled. Quickly and violently. Mark held on for his dear life as he promised himself that he would not let the force over power him. He would make it out. He would see his Rose again. His darling Rose. He just needed the strength.
By Anna on 07.09.2012
The turbine of the submarie was locked up by the net, the crew didn’t have much time left as the vessel sank deep and deep into the depths of the black obis.
By Adrianna on 07.09.2012
here i am, innocently trying to get a cab. naturally, i’m a person and i have places to go. like i was saying, im hailing a cab and every car driving by is either giving me the finger or yelling at me and i wish i was exagerating. it’s like little boys yelling at an obses woman, kind of bad. it’s not a good feeling and im also getting a strong vibe that i shouldn’t be wearing a turbine. fml
By margo on 07.09.2012
the turbine got stuck because many ducks passed through it.. it killed the pilot because he was a big fan of ducks. Because of the death of the pilot, the people died.
By Melanie on 07.09.2012
The great turbine exploded in the back of the plane. It was the sort of explosion tha nobody seemed to take notice of. Only engineers and flight attendants seemed to know what was going on.
By SilentWaters on 07.09.2012
ES IMPORTANTE, EN LOS AVIONES. PODRÍA OCURRIR CUALQUIER CLASE DE HISTORIA ALREDEDOR DE ELLA, UNA PRIMA DE LA AMIGA DE MI MAMÁ MURIÓ POR CULPA DE UNA DE ESTAS COSAS SE AVERIÓ LA DEL AVIÓN EN LA QUE VIAJABA, FUE TRISTE.
By Andrea on 07.09.2012
You’re never prepared for the first time that you ride an airplane. You tell yourself that you are, but you don’t know how you’ll feel upon takeoff. Your stomach rises to your throat and as you ascend, you pray that you don’t throw up–or some unsuspecting bird doesn’t fly into a turbine.
By anonymouse on 07.09.2012
I was just thinking about studying engineering. The turbines can be one of the topics. i am a little bit worried about studying hydrodynamics, so I still need to decide.
By Roman on 07.09.2012
The wheel spun, pushing air past the woman’s face and she just sat there, letting the wind rip away her tears and sorrows. The turbine spun faster tangling the woman’s already matted hair.
By Jenny on 07.09.2012
Turbines. Turbine engines roaring to life, shocking passengers in a plane to such an extent that their palms are suddenly sweaty with nervousness. A baby might cry as the monstrous noise hurts his little ears. A woman may begin hyperventilating and her husband might comfort her with a hug.
By MD on 07.09.2012
the grey and the cold stretched as far as the eye could see. there were machines, strange, otherworldly machines that one had to assume were turbines. in this area, i was a novice. in this field of expertise, i was a nobody
By Linda on 07.09.2012
As I pilot the plane through the air, I see a terrible sight. Smoke has been emitted from one of the turbines and the plane suddenly started rattling as if someone was shaking it. I hope I can make it out of this alive, along with passengers.
By Zach on 07.09.2012
wind turbines is basically the way we make most of our money here! Turbines are also used as toys and they’re sometimes paper and you get them as souviners and such! hahha. anyways, i think turbines are a pretty cool sciency thing! :D
By Alaina on 07.09.2012
wind… energy… also rhymes with combine which makes me think of hay season back in Missouri… hay season was always one of my favorite times of year because it smells so sweet when it’s being cut and put up. I’d go on jogs in the morning or evening and I would run past several hay fields… the air would hit my face and give me a new motivation to keep running… and I’d always smile :)
By Sammie on 07.09.2012
The wind turbine turned with the force of the storm. Gust after gust of wind spun the fan, creating energy for the small town. One lone scientist stood below with a clip board.
By Lola URL on 07.09.2012
Another way of harnessing energy that isn’t so bad for our world. Apparently they’re ugly and create noise pollution and kill a lot of birds. But so do housecats and windows that have been cleaned with windex or something else. I wouldn’t mimnd turbines being the only source of my energy. I remembner all of the turbines on the way to Coachella which reminds me of the weekend being not quite qhat I thought it’d be…and the ensuing drama and boy.
By Meg on 07.09.2012