Breathing

I apologise that I haven’t had much to blog about these days. Somehow my brain seemed to think in short sentences and short bursts of thoughts instead of going on and on and on about one single matter. Which explains the length of my posts lately. Works well for me though, the thinking in small quantities, I mean.

I’m finding my way back to sanity, again
Though I don’t really know what
I am gonna do when I get there
Take a breath and hold on tight
Spin around one more time
And gracefully fall back in the arms of grace

I am hanging on every word you say
And even if you don’t want to speak tonight
That’s alright, alright with me
‘Cause I want nothing more than to sit
Outside Heaven’s door and listen to you breathing
Is where I want to be

I am looking past the shadows
Of my mind into the truth and
I’m trying to identify
The voices in my head
God, which one’s you?
Let me feel one more time
What it feels like to feel
And break these calluses off of me
One more time

‘Cause I am hanging on every word you say
And even if you don’t want to speak tonight
That’s alright, alright with me
‘Cause I want nothing more than to sit
Outside your door and listen to you breathing
Is where I want to be

I don’t want a thing from you
Bet you’re tired of me waiting
For the scraps to fall
Off your table to the ground
I just want to be here now

–Lifehouse, Breathing

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2 Comments

  1. So I’m rewatching Prozac Nation and come across this bit of dialogue:

    Elizabeth: You don’t understand. You don’t understand, it was an accident.
    Ruby: An accident? You call that a fucking accident?
    Elizabeth: It was, uh, it was sort of, you know…
    Ruby: Come on, what?
    Elizabeth: An accidental blowjob?

    Just felt like sharing that.

  2. Exactly where that came from =) Except that I read the book instead of the movie, always thought the book was better


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