No More TurtleI've always been a TurtleHiding inside my shellWhenever I feel uncomfortableOftenI've always been doing thingsProductive, Imaginative thingsBeing outside my shell and thrivingBut only when I was aloneWhen no one was watchingBut now,I'm going to peep outside my shell.Talk to people.Stay out of quiet corners.Laugh.Smile.Not be afraid.It's going to be hard,Going against Turtle instinct.I know I'll want to hide.I know I'll be terrified.I know it'll take time.But one day, I'm going to completely come out of my shell.One day, I won't even need my shell anymore.Because I know I'm missing out,Hiding inside my shell,And life isn't about hiding.It's about seeking.Feeling.Being.You can't do it alone.I'm not going to be a Turtle anymore.Even though I've always been a Turtle.I'm not going to be a Turtle anymore.
The Confusing Daze of New WorldsIt was rather strange, once I thought about it. I mean, I was in a land where animals talked and lived together in harmony, despite their eating habits! Wait a minute, now that I thought about it, I hadn't seen anyone eat since I got here. It hit me that the place where I was wasn't normal in the slightest.I rose from my bed. It was quite comfortable, despite the fact that it was made from grass and tree branches.Questions; they were arising from my head. Where the heck was I? I looked around. No one was near. My head was spinning. I had been here for a day, but the question was, where was here? For one day I was in a land where . . . where . . . they could all talk. The animals could talk together, and I could understand them. I talked with them! What? . . . I shook my head. This was all a dream; it had to be. There was no way . . .As if on cue the Kangaroo appeared next to my bed. The look on her face told me that she knew I was confused.“Wha? I don't under-”“I
Regards from a Dying MonsterJared, As you probably guessed earlier as we were running at 100 miles per hour through the town away from my twin brother, Jack, I'm not a normal person. I'm actually a strange circumstance. I never got the chance to tell you, but I'm half human, half monster. How that actually managed to happen, I am not sure at all. All I know is that my brother and I were a complete and utter accident; and we were a disaster waiting to happen. My father is a monster both physically and mentally. The reason my brothers and I (Yes. I have two brothers. I'll get to my older brother, Kai, in a moment.) even exist is because of his selfish ruthlessness. According to my mother's brief description of how he manipulated her, I've always guessed that he was fascinated with humans. My eldest brother, Kai, was born to another mother about twenty years before Jack and I came to exist. Even though I was born about 1,000 miles away from Kai, I could sense his existence. Monsters can do that; sense ea