Too much fog is cluttering up my mind
making it feel so heavy and blind
How can such intangible wisps
fight so effectively against me?
It only seems so long ago
when we were safe together
without the tick of the hourglass
deluded this time to last forever.
But it wouldn't have been so
any other way.
After all my world's just broken,
can't be "fixed" in one day.
I can feel the guards
What a good day...
Slept until 12.
My dad's friend missed me, and invited us over to his wonderful home.
Beautiful designs, and stunning view.
Ate the most delicious mango.
Even better, rare cantelope.
No way that stuff was from Walmart.
Conch Sashimi is really good.
Especially with powder wasabi.
Learned about stocks from the expert.
And my parents finally appreciated me, because apparently I was the reason
I have forgotten everything.
It's not as good a feeling as I imagined it to be.
It's really numb and grey.
But it's better than the other emotions, right?
I really hope so.
But there's really nothing I can do about it now.
That is, if it can be defined. I am in an awkward situation, where I found an acquaintance of mine who is a very devout Christian bashing homosexuals.
(Being a complete retard, as usual) I quickly wrote a response that defended gay rights. Now, I was a walking time bomb back then, it isn't that hard to annoy me when I'm in that sort of mood, yearning for sleep and some sort of sanctuary that could help me relax. Unfortunately, after I tried to weasel out of my mistake (since I try
Well, I'm still feeling rather numb and empty after 2 years, so I'm thinking about starting another hobby. What's your favorite?
I like to:
draw, write, surf interwebz, play with animals, little kids, and read books. Occasionally write short comics/children stories.
I also like to observe people/objects of interest. I like to decorate, and "invent" new recipes/soups that end up horrible. I like to chat online. I like spending time with one other person whom I'm