Tuesday, November 8, 2011

The Future Of Text Books















Should any child be reading this in a history book, you should know that we loved. I hope that hasn't changed.

20 comments:

klara said...

Some things change. Some things never change. Love but also hate were always there and will always be. It's like a clockwork

Anonymous said...

where is this sculpture? its beautiful.

Manech said...

I hope so too. I really, really do. :(

Prixie said...

Aw...this is so heart warming!

thebackgroundstory.com said...

I read your tweets. I hope you are feeling a bit better.

Anonymous said...

I fear for the future of books. ):

FeverDream said...

we loved and we tried and we fought as best as we knew how. we hope you learned from this. from us.

the other side of me said...

Nah..even when people changed,love will always remain there,trying it best to reunite two hearts :)

Anonymous said...

We were the worst love story. But the best tragedy.

Anonymous said...

worst love, yes.
best tragedy, I doubt.

You know what the best tragedy should be? You go back to her after you are with me for real.

Delusion is acceptable than the reality, at least.

Anonymous said...

"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times"

Ani said...

Children of the future should also keep in mind that we knew magic and that we will always be more superior than them; unless of course, they haven't forgotten how to love.

Anonymous said...

I have 2 favorite colors:Green and Red. Think about it!

Live Forever!

Anjoo said...

:) very nice..

Anonymous said...

When you are staying with her while planning something with me, you are telling me you would plan something with her if you were staying with me. I wish I could go along with your plan.

Future is an illusion and if it dosent even look good, drop the wishful thought.

Anonymous said...

I hope someday I see you again. Try to make things better. I wish we could have been friends.

Anonymous said...

What's the point?

Anonymous said...

Romeo y' Julieta

becomingherself said...

I love the beautiful picture of the sculpture and the subtle, thought-provoking words. It is very poignant to think that someone may not only stop loving us in the present, but may also do so in retrospect. And of course, the question: is that even possible?

Anonymous said...

I am at my worst because of you. If you cant offer any help now, whats the point to see you someday? Do you really think you can make it better someday? Or its the other way around?