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Ode to a Dying People by fullerene

Post by fullerene on Mon Sep 23, 2013 2:17 pm

Ode To A Dying People

Fingers typing wildly, hiding unspoken fears,
Thinking about all these wasted years.
Everything worth living for is gone,
Fellow posters, i find it hard to keep logging on.
Watching threads abandoned to the abyss,
Watching posts withering unread like this;
It makes me want to refuse to care,
To watch this all unfold - too much to bear.

If this is the way it ends -
If this is the way my site ends . . .
If this is the way it ends - i can't bear to witness

Because Facebook and Twitter own the world with conquering poise,
In a wasteland of likes, tweets and meaningless noise;
We don't stand a chance against their marketing might,
Even the bravest posters can put up no fight.

If this is the way it ends - if this is the way my site ends. . .
If this is the way it ends - i can't bear to witness . . .

Don't let it end this way,
Don't let it end this way,
Don't let it end this way, i can't bear to witness . .
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Re: Ode to a Dying People by fullerene

Post by fullerene on Mon Sep 23, 2013 2:17 pm

I admit that this was slightly influenced by a song from Saga.
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Re: Ode to a Dying People by fullerene

Post by fullerene on Mon Sep 23, 2013 2:17 pm

I also admit that I prefer the song On the Loose by Saga and that I work out regularly to that song.
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Post by fullerene on Mon Sep 23, 2013 2:18 pm

I also admit that I think this site still has a chance and that I was being overly emotional and sensitive at the time I wrote this.
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Re: Ode to a Dying People by fullerene

Post by fullerene_pal on Mon Sep 23, 2013 2:21 pm

fullerene wrote:Ode To A Dying People

Fingers typing wildly, hiding unspoken fears,
Thinking about all these wasted years.
Everything worth living for is gone,
Fellow posters, i find it hard to keep logging on.
Watching threads abandoned to the abyss,
Watching posts withering unread like this;
It makes me want to refuse to care,
To watch this all unfold - too much to bear.

If this is the way it ends -
If this is the way my site ends . . .
If this is the way it ends - i can't bear to witness

Because Facebook and Twitter own the world with conquering poise,
In a wasteland of likes, tweets and meaningless noise;
We don't stand a chance against their marketing might,
Even the bravest posters can put up no fight.

If this is the way it ends - if this is the way my site ends. . .
If this is the way it ends - i can't bear to witness . . .

Don't let it end this way,
Don't let it end this way,
Don't let it end this way, i can't bear to witness . .
Stop whining.
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Re: Ode to a Dying People by fullerene

Post by fullerene on Wed Sep 25, 2013 3:37 pm

You are a terrible poster and an even more terribler friend, fullerene_pal.
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