Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Quotes of Rose Cunningham 3

Here are some more of my quotes. No longer do I write one every night, but rather one to four per night, varying the nights I write quotes on. So, without further ado, I present my third set of quotes starting with one that I like and then the rest will be my own:

"If you live to be 100, I want to be 100 minus a day so I'll never have to live without you."

- A. A. Milne

"With determination and motivation, you can achieve beyond imagination."

"You are a gift with many parts; open a new present every day."

(romantic, but not nearly as romantic as the proposal i wrote for my novel just moments before this quote was thought up...) "Special feelings towards special hearts; Nothing could ever split our souls apart."

"Underachieving is just re-achieving in disguise."

"Cherish the moments in life that are miraculous for they can never be quite duplicated as they are at first."

"Inspiration can be applied anywhere, anytime."

"To obtain inspiration, look around at those magnificent things."

"When looking at something supposedly negative, change it it something positive by merely altering how you look at it."

"All year round, special things are special things."

"Keys to Success:

  • work hard

  • be rewarded

  • love

  • appreciate

  • believe

  • smile"

"Whatsoever one is doing, do it with passion and do it to the fullest."

"When making a choice, decide wholeheartedly, and stick to it, following your decision all the way."

Interruptory Quote:

I have a sappy book that is a collection of quotes about love and another about friendship and one was in there that I must share:

" A friend is someone who knows the song to your heart and can sing it back to you when you forget."

Also this one:

" True love stories never have endings."

P.S. I got them at Michael's, where creativity happens.

Back to my original quotes:

"If you change your thoughts, you can can change the world."

"If you let something fall, it breaks."

"Let your happiness shine through to all who want to see the real you."

"His smile was enough to melt my heart."

"He smiled at me and it lit up my world."

P.S. He and his can be substituted for She and her.

"If there is something you do not want to do such as a chore, a chat, an assignment, an acceptance of responsibility, etcetera, push yourself to do it. Then it has disappeared."

"Listen to your heart and respond."

"With imagination, find inspiration, to get motivation, to get determination, to give others inspiration....."

Well, that's all for now. I'll keep writing them and hope you enjoyed them and my previous quotes! Hopefully they gave a twinkling of inspiration and made you smile at least once. Thanks for reading! =)

Wednesday, January 20, 2010


This is a poem I wrote in the dread of my day, that makes me slump down so much, my brains sink into the floor. This expresses my true feelings about lack of righteous educators and the watered- down Georgia curriculum and how it makes advanced students feel when they are placed in these unfortunate situations.

Sorry if I offend anyone who is completely satisfied with the Georgia school systems. Obviously, I am not one of those people.

Why am I stuck here

Spinning in this vortex of boredom?

Why can't I be somewhere productive, making use of my life,

Instead of jailed in this prison of faux learning?

I am injured,

Scarred for life,

For I will never have a chance of success,

If I am buried in this holey gash of pretend.

My bones ache for a chance to learn;

My heart is pounding for a decent education;

My brain cells are dying in response

To the lack of response

Of unasked questions-

For fear I might learn.

Why am I stuck here

Spinning in this vortex of boredom?

If I was taught anything, perhaps I'd know.

If I had some teachings, maybe I'd form a clue.

If I had material to study from, I might obtain some knowledge;

But seeing as that is forbidden,

And I can do nothing about it,

I do not know.

I am forced to withstand this torture for what?

Continue depriving my starved body for what cause?

I must find out- but wait,

In this penitentiary, learning is abolished.

Tuesday, January 12, 2010


Hello followers! It's nice to be posting again. A whole decade has passed since I posted last! I hope everyone had a great new year and if you live near an awesome snow day! I know that Kirthi will be proud and maybe some others that know me, but I finally went to a library a few moments ago. I just got back actually! I would like to inform everyone that it is the most inspirational place you will ever witness! It made me so motivated and determined and gave me such a positive feeling! It magically transported me to a quiet stream hidden by an plethora of lush chartreuse leaves and rose blossoms. I was sitting in the fresh grass gazing dreamily at the sky with a thousand hopes dancing in my eyes. I was again in a magical land. I had begun a trek up the most scenic mountain with jagged rocks swirled together with nature's paintbrush. I could smell the iced peak although I was only a beginner. It made me know I could reach the top though. Then the warm tub enveloped my relaxed body as the bubbles rose further and further up my neck until I could taste them. The candlelight shadowed a festival of dance upon the walls and the moonlit window streamed in an illuminating shine upon the fresh tone in the room. Then I came back to the scene in the library. I felt all those places still and more. The books would take me beyond wonders. Only if you have been to one, you can know what I am talking about. It is amazing how much inspiration can uplift your soul when you vacation to a library.