Tuesday, February 2, 2010

The Birds Throw Themselves Against Office Windows









And if the only reason you're still with them, is to make them pay for all they've done to you, the question remains:

Why are you still with them?

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

maybe revenge on a lighter note.

vox caecus said...

caus revenge is the echo of love that you hear when you've suddenly stopped screaming it.

...maybe the metaphor doesn't work...
anyway, <3 this one.

Sashie VII said...

Because wanting revenge is my way of saying that I still care.

apple said...

Because I'll always love them more than I'll ever admit.

Marika said...

To revenge
Sweeeet sweet revenge

Indigo said...

An eye for an eye definitely makes the world go blind. (Hugs)Indigo

jacq said...

so so true! love this one !

Kalib said...

I needed this one about 2 years ago.

ccmm said...

This blog pertains to me.

joannaeris said...

that sometimes, thinking deeply on how to make revenge makes you forget what you are revenging for
:(

whiplash said...

"cause revenge is sweeter than you ever know"... that's just kryptonite talk.

Abaddon said...
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Abaddon said...

I remember having a conversation similar to this a while ago. Revenge is a form or result of anger and anger is an emotion. We only have emotional responses to things or people we care about so in a round about way I suppose the answer to "Why are you still with them" is that the person still cares

M!ss BuTtErfLy said...

coz revenge is not exactly a revenge...

mc said...

because I have to pay my dues too.

Anonymous said...

Because I only want him to be nice to me instead of hurting me. And I know he will.

Anonymous said...

and yes, Apple, because I'll always love him more than I'll ever admit.

rehan who said...

because i want them to know how it feels, and then perhaps they wont do the same to others.

Anonymous said...

Make them pay? Maybe I thought I could erase it by loving enough to stay despite. I am the one paying for it. Vengeance never came into it.