Sometimes I think too much Solitude is turning me into someone more intolerant of human flaws.
At the same time, its like a drug.
Dangerous, yet addictive.
After the lights have faded
After the adrenaline slows
After we’re done pleasing everyone else
I just want to know:
Inside our bubbles we live,
Breathing the very air we give.
How the world would be a kinder place,
If only we give more than we take.
How our hearts would be filled with less troubles,
If only we realize there are more lonely bubbles.
Had the chance to perform for the above event yesterday.
It was raining, the weather was humid, the crowd was rather distracting. Overall, it wasn’t the best experience, but it was an experience all the same.
And it doesn’t hurt to get more experience 🙂
Have you ever had songs stuck in your heads, tunes you just couldn’t shake away?
Mine changes once every few days.
Today, it is this:
I have yet to watch this film, but the title and music evokes in me a sense of Nostalgia. (Especially the E7 chords!)
A sense of knowing that what has been passed cannot be returned.
A sense of regret?
Yes, its barely detectable, maybe just a little tinge.
But it’s there.
Jw: I know, I have fallen to the dark side! >.<
For desires we cannot comprehend,
For trophies we cannot grasp,
We fight like a million stars striving to outshine each other.
At the end of eternity, the once glittered sky
is reduced to nothing
But sad glimmers of Stardust;
Shadows of what we were meant to be.
I still believe in positivity.
If we choose to look at the down side of things all the time,
who else can we blame for our unhappiness?