Wednesday, April 28, 2010

The Soul Of Glass






















That's what you never got. It takes an entire lifetime to write the words "And they lived happily ever after."

21 comments:

Tyron Bache said...

and it can take a few seconds to ruin the ending..

Kisu said...

What took you so long? :( I've waited forever for you to say that.

Aquib said...

But what if they never lived again? What if they just disappeared?

Anonymous said...

Pitty I've only got 12 months to live.
In that case, I shall make history!

"The most potent incidences of history
were the ones that felt like personal
discoveries, that seemed to have been
meant specifically for you, as if some
vast intelligence had singled you out
and wanted to show you something."
-Specimen Days: Like Beauty
by Michael Cunningham.

Julesmate said...

It is two of a kind; we tasted the devil's nite with other people and wasted what we had.
I see you as my reflection of own sins

Anonymous said...

but what if what we have doesn't have to end? "happily ever after" is what you hear in fairytales, and we, we are much more than that.

Anonymous said...

yeah but what if happily ever after never comes? what if you and the other person beleive that theres mutual hatred when actually theres mutual love. what are you supposed to do then

Anonymous said...

I don't believe there is ever an ending. Please don't tell me there is because I won't believe you. Love is infinite.

Anonymous said...

doesn't matter what will happen, we love each other so much, we will live" happy ever after" this

Anonymous said...

i was watching the moon tonight, so bright in the sky, so sweet in my eyes, just wondering if you did the same

Anonymous said...

How do you keep writing this for the person after so many years? Do you ever want to just give up? I read this everyday. I hope that now the person is grateful for all you do.

erin said...

hey, where do find these quotes?

nelly said...

reminds me of Haruki Murakami's 'On Seeing the 100% Perfect Girl One Beautiful April Morning'.

Abaddon said...

So so true. It seems no ones in it for the long run anymore.

Aman said...

lived happily ever after...

its said in the fairy tales, how often do we hear that in reality?

Julesmate said...

Dear july.Ian
I have consumed your notes of 3 years that marks the living memories you cherish with your universe The kiss. The touch.the morning after. The longing of missing.

I hear you. I hear you. I hear you.
Your eternity is here. Not the one you masked everyday.
Never was me. You look at me but you feel the other.

And I love you. Infinite.
My vow redemption to set you free.

heartsandtruths said...

How can we live happily ever after if living means always wanting more, and being happy means never wanting anything else?

I don't believe any of us have happily ever after's. We all just go on living, forever and ever, until we die ( although, that doesn't mean we can't be happy in the process, eh? ).

Whatever said...

Looking through the glass from the inside I couldn't help but wonder what would be left of me to cut if it broke.

mamamia said...

July-ian
you said you have cleaned up the mess. But you only change the address.
Please dont run from your self. I am tired and dying of searching.

What you don't see every action comes with consequence.
So is the fragile souls that you about to shatter. Your other glass world.and the products.

thistorchforyou said...

Nice thing to think about.

desert demons said...

From the time we're kids we never stop chasing fairytales, it's a pity that we don;t realise that we should stop chasing it and living it.