Wednesday, December 10, 2008

The Water

You make me want to drink water. Not soda. A salad. Run every morning. Get enough sleep. So when I end, I'll know I had all the time I could get, with you. 

11 comments:

narrylikes said...

found your blog today.

noticed that there's a new post, so i took a sip of water and then i read... :)


every line you write, makes me think.

Jen said...

You make me want to stay up late, kiss in the rain, run barefoot on the sand, and throw every caution to the wind, so that when I die, I'll know that I had lived the most with you.

Holly said...

ouch

Jen said...

eek. was not meant to hurt.

Anonymous said...

you shouldn't have to do all of this to be with someone. if it feels like too much work, there's a reason for it. it's just not meant to be. =\

Me said...

These aren't conditions that need to be met in order to be with someone. They're conditions that need to be met in order to live as long a life as you can with someone.

If someone wants to change who you are, then that someone doesn't really want you, they want someone else.

cookieclutter said...

I super like this entry. :) I'm torn between your stance and Jen's though. I'm moved by both!

nightjasmine said...

i love this post..
and Jen's comment above..

i remember a story, of a father asking his son-in-law-to-be how he loved his daughter,

he said: "i would die for her sir."

but the father said: " I wouldn't want that. What would my daughter do to you if you are dead? I want someone who would live for her and with her."

good morning..

Fruitaaaaay said...

When I found your blog, I read the whole thing, all at once. I loved it so so so much.

Weeks later, entries come to me when I am especially happy or sad or moved. This is one of those.

Akshat said...

I don't know you, but I wish I did. I have seen my fair share of blogs, but yours is something else. Know that someone who barely knows you and who you will probably never meet (because life is a continuous function, and the probability of predicting the exact value of a continuous function tends to zero)is wishing you lots of happiness from the bottom of his heart.

Anonymous said...

Why then not now? Now that u r gone & still alive, I need to be as well. Just so that day would come.