Wednesday, February 17

he says, she says - #9


"i'm polymerized tree sap and you're an inorganic adhesive,
so whatever verbal projectile you launch in my direction is reflected off me,
returns on its original trajectory and adheres to you."

Dr Sheldon Lee Cooper, MSc, PhD,
Theoretical Physicist and a child prodigy with an eidetic memory

"i'm barely making sense for now
i'm faking it till i'm pseudo making it
from scratch begin again but this time i as i
and not as we"

Sunday, February 14

i'd risk the fall just to know how it feels to fly

it's amazing how much i love you
though i haven't met you

how much i've forgiven
though you haven't wronged me

how much i've sacrificed for you
though you don't know it yet

how much you've affected my life
though you have no clue at all

you better live up to my ridiculously high expectation

"no matter how far you are
no matter how long it takes
and if you have to walk a million miles
i'll wait a million days to see your smile
through distance and time, i'll be waiting"

of children

sometimes i love them.
sometimes they bug my life.

the inability to love them unconditionally only means that they're not mine. not because i'm a bad person.

"somewhere seems so nice and new
someday dreams they can come true
i'll fly away
oh i'll find my way
to someday soon"