So, by my house, there's a road, right? And underneath it not to far from my house is an old cow pass (basically, a cement tunnel going under the road supposedly so farmers wouldn't have to take their cows across it or something, but I would think the road was built long after and farmers were left... and it's much, much to big to be a drainage pipe, around like 7 feet tall and a lot wider). No one ever goes down there that I know of, I only know it's thee because one of my friends showed it to me way back in 6th grade or so. Unless she's shown other people who have taken an interest in it, which I kind of doubt as it's not really her "thing" anymore that I'm aware (we grew apart... : / ), I don't think many others would know about it either, much less bother to go in it.
Now I'm guessing you all can guess what I want to do as I'm on this thread, but I want to take a sharpie down there and just copy out a long poem. I was thinking "The Garden of Proserpine" by Algernon Charles Swineburn (I like him), I don't want to do something really well-known (liek "The Raven") but I do want something interesting. I don't know if anyone would ever read it, but someone might, and maybe they'd like it. Any other suggestions?
Still need to check for hobos/escaped convicts though.
EDIT: Wow I could have sworn this was the general index. To make the post more on-topic:
I haven't ever seen anything truely insitghtful int eh school bathrooms, but the ones I mainly go in are the out-of-the-way-for-everyone-but-band/choir/music theroy-kids and new, so there may be. There was a poem once... I think I remember it, or some of it...
A soul of stone
A sould by name
A soul alone
Though time dissolves
Our flesh and bone
A soul is all
And all alone."
As said, not too profound/great, but it's good for my schools standards.
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"Life's a beach. Then you die." -Terry Prattchet
"We are all of us alone in this world."