Tuesday, January 12, 2010

The Bastards Tied Me Down










You may continue to call it a breakup. I will continue to call it an exorcism.

36 comments:

Katrina said...

u made my day :)

Nouri_E said...

Illegitimi non carborundum!

Anonymous said...

This post just made my day! Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Nice!

Aella said...

so simple - but so strong. awesome.
the sort of IWTFY that i really adore.

Marika said...

Just a thing I was dreaming about. I won't stop thinking of it but as a challenge and end

G said...

This post just about completes every broken heart's story.

Anonymous said...

this is awesome.

Angel said...

You may well continue to call it a break up, I will continue to call it the day you tore my heart out and left me for dead! I miss you! xXx

juliana said...

oh snap. i feel like this is a "stfu, i'm better without you" kind of post.

Anonymous said...

I wish not concur on it. I assume warm-hearted post. Especially the title-deed attracted me to study the whole story.

Anonymous said...

My God you are sooo great!
Made my day :D
Thank you for that.

Anonymous said...

I love reading this blog, but never posted my appreciation for it.

So here's my appreciation for it. :)

GeorgeDubya said...

I am ready for my exorcism, but a part of me worries that the spirit I wish to exorcise isn't.

sarah said...

cheer up! :) takes time to heal..got over my last one after 4 mths.

Anonymous said...

To George..it's not your worry if the spirit doesn't wish to be exorcised. You can only feed someone so much own your own food before you won't have enough left to take care of you.

Anonymous said...

The best

Pennie Varvarides said...

Haha I love it

GeorgeDubya said...

That's the best piece of advice I've heard in a while anonymous. Thank you.

Miss Murasaki said...

awesome! takes me back to the days of my first love. :-/

Abaddon said...

Man do I feel this one right now. Nice work as always

Be well

Natasha said...

hahaha wow.

apple said...

That's for my friend (:

GeorgeDubya said...

Exorcism complete, and I feel simultaneously better and worse. . . Hmmm.

aklili zack said...

(:

R said...

Thank you for this.

Anonymous said...

Its been eight freaking months. I still can't get over it.

Anonymous said...

I love this. I read this a while ago and forgetting where I had heard it, I looked it up thinking it was the lyrics to a song and then found your page again. Thats how profound these words were to me. Great job. I hope I can accomplish such great art with my words as you do.

Rahul said...

watever u may call it, i m responsible for it..

cathey said...

this one is bad ass! :D

Anonymous said...

Your accuracy is painful.

I've spent eighteen months trying to tear her from this body. I've gotten close, so close. But just like a ghost, they're never truly gone.

Signed, hopeless romantic

Anonymous said...

Sometimes I feel like the pain of breaking up has stayed with me far longer than any love has. Like the synapses in my brain burnt out after too many rushes every time we spent a day together. Like shooting up one disappointing hit of heroin after another failing to reach the ecstasy of the initial high until a final pathetic ironic overdose.

But I mean I'm optimistic. ;-).

Anonymous said...

@anonymous
The pain is there to remind you that love hurts.
Your heart is there to remind you that you need love.
You have to manage them when you chose one over the other, you suffer. When you chose none you suffer.
Life is beautiful. Optimisim is what it is.

Anonymous said...

I really like this one. I can see it from two different perspectives. Its really motivating to see people that are going through the same thing I am to be so positive about such an awful period of their life. It's been a little over a month for me, and there are times where I'm okay, and times where I feel back to square one. I hope I am not one of those people who can't move on. This post and people going through similar experiences helps a ton. Thank you.

Jack The Lad said...

And as sad or as painful as it was, what you learned from it has such worth. This creates such a deep, deep, mark in someone and although it may be excruciatingly horrible to live through, it's made you into someone like I've never seen before. I understand it's not pleasant to say or hear this, but for the worth of who you may have now become, I'm glad you lived through this.

Anonymous said...

Indeed :(