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My eyes slide, twitch and scratch against my tightly fastened eyelids Yearning to view the unspoken wonders we often dare to dream Coarse lashes cemented by the plaster of our shallowness Accents of faded blues circling in the abyss of someone I once knew Waiting for answers to whisper so gently into my defeated eardrums I narrate unfeasible tales of a land more precious then which we occupy There’s grander journeys to the skeletal body I possess More then skin and fragile bones I have a voice to be amplified, reaching the sorrow filled lives We live off power, objects that expire, money wasted and superficial links Survival is a part of this filthy game Some have cheated the system, stealing the pieces of the weak I forge ahead with no weapon other then my truth My knowledge will guide my vitality through the thick trenches dug by the mad With my youth comes wisdom, soul older then one can count And at times I cannot comprehend how someone so small can stand so tall Frustration is an emotion we regretfully indulge in each day.
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Even though this will not have a big impact, it is still something we (webmasters) should really look into.
The reason is pretty simple – the majority of visitors are usually in a rush and no one is fond of waiting half a century before the website finally loads its content or fails to load.
Silly anecdotes about the daily life of a virtual game developement studio. The concept, when explained in the shortest possible manner ("a cripple dating game") sounds like something no sane man should have anything to do with, but hopefully the treatment we are giving to RAITA's idea is a satisfying experience.At the very least, I hope you have as much fun reading it as we had making it.I try not to take my frustrations out on those I love or the strangers I often come across. That would be a false statement, but I try my hardest to remain calm and collected and deal with my frustrations in a logical manner. Even if the positive is so small that Google map cannot locate it, I still try and look past the negative.Being disabled can cause a life full of constant frustrations.