unrest

Story Shard 638

You and your brother are heirs to the throne, but because of unrest in the kingdom and several attempts on your lives you are being sent to live with a relative that neither of you knew you had. You certainly didn’t expect them to be the captain of a pirate ship.

ESCAPE TONIGHT

ALONE WITH A DREAM OR TWO…
EXHAUSTED MIND IN UNREST…
NO LOVE GIVEN IN A LONG TIME…
A JOURNEY WITH NO END…
NIGHT TRAIN’S RESTLESS POUNDING IN MY BRAIN…
ESCAPE TONIGHT, ANOTHER ADVENTURE LIES ON MY WAY…
ANOTHER JOURNEY WITH NO END…
CONDITION UNEVEN LIKE
THE FROSTBITE’S GRIM COLD GRIP OUTSIDE….

Originally posted by railkidapparel

I don’t think I’ve ever had a Good Night’s Sleep
that is to say I don’t think I’ve ever really slept, at all
I close my eyes all the time
and sometimes I open them hours later
but it feels much less like rest
and much more like squeezing my eyes closed in anticipation for a blow
(one that usually never comes)
and sometimes, I don’t even do that
sometimes, when this whole town’s asleep
and again there’s a Lure above my Bed and again I swim to it
but I don’t bite
sometimes, I just lay here dead
waiting for my heart’s next beat in anticipation of an angel
(one that usually never comes)
but regardless of whether it is or not,
Good Night

– ej

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Unrest, “Yes She Is My Skinhead Girl”

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Lebanon:

Around 200 people in Beirut marched in silence from the Foreign Ministry in Achrafieh toward the Interior Ministry in Hamra Monday July 18, 2016 to denounce discrimination in light of the recent spate of attacks and measures against Syrians in the country. Protesters held banners reading: “Discrimination threatens civil peace” and “Curfews are forbidden."  Lebanon hosts around 1.1 million Syrians in camps across the country, since the Syrian crisis erupted in 2011.

Photo credit / Hasan Shaaban

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Unrest, “Suki”

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unrest - cath carroll (by everyheaven)

YEMEN, SANAA : A Yemeni woman cries over the death of relatives in a reported air-strike by the Saudi-led coalition on the capital Sanaa on July 13, 2015. Air strikes in support of forces loyal to exiled President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi went on despite a six-day humanitarian truce which technically took effect just before midnight on July 10, 2015.  AFP PHOTO / MOHAMMED HUWAIS