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SearchlightEyes that once spoke the worldset spinning in the darkNow mute and set like stream-rent stones,a dull and faceless light.Streets and hills and homes,the strangers past my doorwhere other realms I have not dreamtin whispered secrets born.The fields will lay me downwhere our feet once trod;beside our faded footsteps pastI lay a beating, fate-shamed heart.The fool in me will floatabove the senseless breathwith more in mind that transient dreamsof fleeting smiles in the sand.Windows clothed in lightall equal in 'the afar',from storm-grey shores I look for yours,Forever barred, no entry chargefor me, I am of lore.
Why I love Homestuck Reasons I love HomestuckComedy - Homestuck is a comedy. It's evident even from the first few pages. If you get through the arms in the cake without laughing, Homestuck probably isn't for you.Hope - It shows us that even in the darkest of situations, there's always hope. It will never leave you, even if you're fighting an unstoppable green skeleton demon who can travel through time.Love - It shows us trust and love and what and what not to do - failed and thriving relationships - How to go about saying I love you. How to meet someone and just know that they are and always will be yours. How an internet friendship can turn into a game that causes the apocalypse and the trust involved.Darkness - Homestuck has its dark moments. It isn't a tale of smiles and happy and humour and comedy all the time. There's building up, and breaking down. Death and unjust situations. Lies and dec