A Little Higher (Zero Eli Skyler)Hey there y'all
You can call me Skyler
I'm an average guy,
Who dreams a little Higher
Than he can reach on his own
People tell me my eyes sparkle
In the low light of the moon
Then again people tell me
I'm too old to watch cartoons but
I can't stop being me.
Yes I am childish
How bout you?
I act a little young
Yes that's true.
But like a child you will see
Smiling is nothing new to me
You will learn When times are blue
I sit out, on my roof
Gazing up at the sky
Asking questions about why
Things tend to change,
and still manage to still stay the same.
I hope for the chance to see the world
You can say that my taste is quite cultured
I love to write
A pen in hand
I search for some oneto understand
I always pictured myself, as that boy
Who live next door, playing coy
They say I'm clueless, it might be true
I'm way too innocent, naïve too
What can I say? Their right it's true.
So that's who I am and what I do,
Now a little more about me through and through.
I'm very smart, bu
No One Talks to MeI am feeling so alone
No one talks to me
Everyone who i held dear
no longer seems to see
Me standing in the very back
of this cold dark room
I am feeling all alone
I wish it would end soon
Where is the friendship that i once held so close?
where are the friends who i loved the most?
Have i been replace by someone who is just much more worthy?
I am feeling so alone,
no one talks to me
Friends now my Haters, cya LaterI'm living at the peak of my insanity
I dare you try to stop me
From playing the game the way I wanna do it
And all the haters out there go ahead and hate me for it
Listen to the song I play
It's my theme music
It rings out when I jump from the tower
You can't stop me with all your power
This stallion is all ready for his hour!
There's no question about it I'm crazy
The future is a little hazy
But unlike the rest I ain't gonna be lazy
Yeah that's right I got friends
In highly-low places to defend
Everything I do you know I'm not alone
So come at me bro I swear I'll send you home
You hear me? I'll send you home!
I know how it works I understand power
I know when it will end who it will devour
I see the system and grab its reigns
Watch as we control this game
All my old friends never understood
They didn't listen to me when they should have
And in the end I always watch them give their all
For the wrong cause then watch them fall
Oh well they made their choices
They raised their voices
Life Saver Underneath the crushing weight of the world
Was someone searching for a purpose...
Struck by what has been told and heard
Left him cold and burnt
The skies rained down,
drowning all the passion in
a heart walking a thin line
separating love and truth with pain and time
And you start to paint a picture of a world outside of view
Bring it with you as you dream
Scarlet SkyI'm so glad I know you
Your kindness lights my way
I was lost without a care
without a prayer and I don't know where
I was going or the price there was to pay
All the dreams I had and plans I made
Seemed as pointless as the games they played
I was saving silhouettes away
from nothing to my name
then you showed up and showed me the way...
Oh I remember the scarlet sky
that caught my eye
as I looked to the clouds above...
and now your grace
your friendly face
fills me with glee
and I can see that sky again...
Reflection Chapter 4
4: Dream of the Sandman
"Alright ponies," said Twilight, as she paced in the library.
Spike folded his arms and grunted in protest. "Ehem."
Twilight stopped pacing for a moment and raised a brow. "And dragon " Upon hearing that, Spike beamed with pride. The unicorn rolled her eyes at how easy it was to appease him. "It has been three days since we made our plan; time to recap! You first Spike, what do your notes say?"
The baby dragon opened a scroll and began to read. "Applejack didn't remember Derpy ever visiting the farm, just passing it. Neither did Big Mac. Apple Bloom said that she was in the orchard a couple of times,
Reflection Chapter 3
3: The Reminder's Inceptive
From the late-winter period and on through the early days of spring in Ponyville, the sunlight was a sort of blessing in the otherwise cool air. Even after the sparkling snow had melted during this years Winter Wrap Up, its chill still lingered nearby. Despite this fact, Derpy Hooves remained sheltered from the rays of sunlight under a red and white parasol. The umbrella, being perched on a long metal pole that jutted through the table in front of her, was just high enough so that it hid her body from the sun. This was true of course with the exception of her wings, which she preferred to keep in the warmth of its glow.
Derpy's table was located in the outside seating section of one of her favorite restaurants: The Blossomed Daisy. This was her preferable place to r
Reflection Chapter 2
2: Fade In, Black Out
"Starlight, star bright, first star I see tonight " spoke a mare. The voice echoed slightly as it was spoken much like a voice tends to reverberate in a small, tiled bathroom in an otherwise empty house. However the tone in which the mare spoke was warm and soft; much like a mother would speak to a child.
Derpy looked around for the source of the voice, but everywhere she looked she found her vision being distorted by a dark haze. Behind the blanket of darkness, shadowy figures were seen scattered and separated into different groups; each one was seemingly oblivious of any other group besides their own.
The mysterious mare's voice continued to chant the nursery rhyme. Derpy found herself feeling somehow separated from the voice that spoke, and also from her own self. It was impossible to comprehend, but it was as if her mind and body where two separate entities. She was standing
Reflection Chapter 1
The night air was cool on this late-winter evening. Though it was only seven p.m. the sun had already set, and a blanket of dark had covered the town of Ponyville.
Derpy hooves hovered unsteadily down the street, both of her wings failing to maintain any practical rhythm with the other. This generally caused her to fly diagonally in either direction; she would often switch the direction at random times without precise control.
The Pegasus could in fact fly quite gracefully. For some reason she felt it necessary to do otherwise.
Woozy bats, she had once reasoned, woozy bats like bulls stubborn. Such was the sort of logic she used to contemplate most things.
In the corner of her vision she noticed movement. She looked in the direction of said movement to find a group of birds. "Ants!" She called at them. "Eggs all scrambled and gravel from sand!"
When the flock hit the center of her vision the flock seemed to dissipate. Every time she ever saw a flock of birds they always looked