Sunday, December 23, 2007


Sunday, December 23, 2007

How do you strip them of the skepticism and cynicism that harden their hearts, cloud their views and cover their souls like barnacles? Do you let them keep their preconceived notions or do you feel the need to right their wrong beliefs? How do you shield yourself and your girl from all the assault? How do you keep them from bastardizing her person? Trying to defend what you have with her, is it merely a systematization of futility?


Anonymous said...

"My soul is the part of me I least understand. Somewhat an illusive commodity… but I know this of my soul… “It believes”. It believes in me, in you, in us, in the bond that we have embraced, and will continue throughout this life and whatever lies beyond."


Angeli said...

I believe in us, too.

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