Updated: Jun 28, 2019
Except when something really inspirational comes on.
But that hardly ever happens.
Eau Dior Fragrances.
Floating in the air.
How wonderful the feeling.
But I’d have to stop and wonder how this trip will end.
Will someone catch me?
Into the sea.
How long before I can’t hold myself above the water.
Has some ending.
It’s up to me to determine how this is going to end.
It’s the way it’s set up.
Like the commercials.
Antidepressant Prescription Medication Ad
Today is a new day.
I can’t tell you how many times
I’ve heard someone say that.
This is the day I finally
Know what that means.
It’s forgetting what
Someone did to you in the past,
And moving onto what
You’ve been wanting to do.
It’s still pretty hard
For me to do sometimes,
But I realized that if you hang
Onto all of your hard feelings
Then there may not be
Much to live for
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They make fun of the way our country is ran.
But how is that going to change anyone’s mind?
Or their motivation to help someone else’s nation out.
A sixty second… “brief message” is not going to change the world!
Sure wish it could.
But then again… it could be the same commercial
That turns people away from what we all need to be looking at.
I don’t know what to think…
Walking through the high school halls
Like I have somewhere important to be.
But I’m getting a D in biology this term.
But not going out with my friends for lunch.
Why do I look like it?
But don’t feel like it?
How you can look a certain way
But feel the opposite...
It’s just so confusing.
I just thought maybe things in life were made to
Make life better.
And since TV was all about talking and listening, wouldn’t there be more
More ideas on ways to improve.
Maybe there just needs to be more thinking.
That’s just how I feel about TV.
But my show is on so...