friend, I still remember how you fell or rather, jumped headfirst in love with danger and jumping headfirst and danger taste the same– a little bit salty with a hint of rosiness– so I get you (besides, it’s 那英老师’s key to becoming a good 情歌 singer) and I honest to God love you remember how we fell […]
To love is a decision made with half a conscious mind, then the rest quickly follows. Or is it the other way around? To love is to be bound but to be content nevertheless. Or is it the other way around?
So November’s over. What happened? I became infatuated with a certain guy (okay, maybe I fell in love a little bit). And I don’t know what I’m going to do about him anymore, on account of him canceling our date with 3 hours notice. What I do know is that thinking of him still makes me […]
You make me laugh and smile wide as if I don’t already. You’ve Uncanny skill to melt my heart as if it needed melting still. He sees in me someone unique a someone with soul bright and free… Ah well, We’ll look back one day and we’ll know the stories that were meant to be.
He and I had something quietly beautiful golden as the silence we loved but it was sometimes a stiff careful kind of beauty You and I have something less serious more inviting fluid carefree drunk more vivid and more Alive
Even for the hurt and the tears, maybe I still love him. He’s an old favorite book, once fiercely loved and still loved but for now I’ll keep him on the shelf.
I don’t know who I am But I’ve a vague idea Don’t know who you truly are But I can estimate. And I think we’ll get along lovely If you’ll allow us to. And I really have not a clue if we’ll crash and burn But I feel it’s worth a try.
Math is like love–a simple idea but it can get complicated. -R. Drabek Because Valentine’s day is soon. And because we obviously need math to teach us about love. It also makes for a wonderful Valentine’s card title whatever if your boyfriend likes math. (Shh…)
Alyssa had promised herself she would tell him everyday for two weeks. But it seemed everyday there was a club meeting, or he was playing cards with his friends, and she hated walking all the way over to their table just to find out they didn’t have another person for their game. Online chat was […]
Remember… when one week’s homework took an hour when boys had cooties when being older than everyone else was cool when teachers had good handwriting when the six graders were the biggest, smartest, scariest kids in the world then high school and the upperclassmen were scary being called “freshmen” when cell phones were rare when […]