Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Post Two Hundred and Ten: The Circle Game

You and I. 

We're in for a good time, not a long time. Lessons concentrated, tightened in a loop by sight of the start and the finish. 

The truest love lies with the realist; he who holds an awareness and acceptance of our impermanence. 

I'd wish me for you, and all of time, but all of time wants more from

you and I.

1 comment:

  1. Hey Sarah, sorry to post on the back of something so personal but was watching the Japanese movie Departures the other night. Quite a nice film but couldn't help wondering if you've seen it and what you thought about it? Only mention it because of the topic and it sparked a brain cell into action. Did you see it as complete schmaltz or something that touched on the process of death? (even though the story was more about the main characters personal life)