Thursday, July 22, 2010

The Burning Compass






















My atoms and chemicals could've been made anywhere in the universe, but they were made here, near you. Near yours.

10 comments:

cynical bones said...

every second it becomes more apparent that you and me, we could really do something. we could set this world on fire.

Miss Philosophy said...

Duct tape is like the force. It has a light side, a dark side, and it holds the universe together....Carl Zwanzig

singitwithme said...

Never doubt chemistry, despite it's vast complexities, I would say. There is a perfectly great reason why we are comprised based upon it's fundamental, set rules of universal law.

Magnetic force exists for a reason. And we, are magnetic. I find. Why fight natural impulse? Those raging atoms demand action, and my eye color behaves moodily... during this period of meantime. Of wondering. Of waiting. Of knowing that you hold the compass. I remain in one simple to find location.

<3

thyartlife said...

You Could Have Been a Star!

assumed femme fatale said...

My Love,
You can have whatever you want
from me,
and what is not available
this moment,
will be
so very soon.

You point me home.
Your heart,
is my home.

And that’s the truth, love.

x
ff


p.s. “The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances: if there is any reaction, both are transformed.” Carl Jung.

zonedin said...

We are stars in the night,
burning bright,
a constellation
people tell stories about.

The Prodigal Bunny said...

Damn. That's all I have to say.

Anonymous said...

Just beautiful. I think it's also important to acknowledge time..

"My atoms and chemicals could've been made anywhere in the universe, but they were made here, near you. Near yours."

my atoms and chemicals could have been made in the past, or in the future.
but they were made here, on this earth, with you

we both exist in this universe together, at the same time.
there's a reason

I love you, if you're reading

Seesaw said...

Reminds me of my mom.

Anonymous said...

My atoms and chemicals could have been made anywhere. Why weren't they made near yours?