Wednesday, October 14, 2009

The Oroborus I Fell In Love With






















Where you are, right here and now, this is how bad stories end. But it's also how the best stories, begin.

16 comments:

Nouri said...

I don't like snakes. But this one, I like.

Anonymous said...

This is pretty much where I am right now.

misplacedfriend said...

the photo screams, "beautiful disaster."
your words are a perfect compliment to it, iain. no surprise there. amazing.

<3
Erica

ps. hard to believe the day is finally here to share the song w/the world. :-) it's like releasing the best secret of all. hehe.

no one. said...

Ouroborus?
Not oroborus?


Another nicely done post that ignites something in me.

Me said...

Nicely spotted, thank you, and thank you for reading <3

lauraab said...

I love this. Thank you

N. said...

Thank you.



As other people say it, I really believe that your timing is impeccable.

Anonymous said...

And the time came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom. - Anais Nin

Thank You*

hubbafornow said...

wonderful.

hopeful said...

rekindles a bit of hope in me.

The Dreamer said...

These words somehow makes me feel good. <3

Aella said...

i love the way you write - using ambiguity in such a beautiful way to portray something profound and meaningful to everyone (well, me anyway).
thankyou so much.

scar said...

infinity ...

one day i said oroborus, innit to my gf ... she corrected my spelling :)

Anonymous said...

I found this entry just browsing, and the title jumped out at me. After reading, I know that its exactly what a friend needs to hear.

Thank you.

techchick said...

hoomaka means new beginnings...

Anonymous said...

And the time came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom. ~Anais Nin

Why do we fall? So we can learn to pick ourselves up. ~Batman Begins

Free falling today. Thank you. So so very much.
You are loved x