Saturday, 19 March 2011


Actions reverberate for so much longer than you would think possible.
Sure each chapter is separate from the one before, the one after it.
Change is the only constant.
But the chapters make up a story,
and my beginning is undoubtedly affecting my end.

How long does the past reflect back for?
I'm tired of having to blame my actions on mistakes I or someone else made in the autumn of my life.

And just how the tree that was cut down in anger in winter,
lacking leaves and therefore believed useless,
is missed in summer...

I'm missing.


  1. Misunderstandings can create tragedies that "didn't have to happen"
    I don't think they stop until you die though, so to use the same metaphor, its a good thing that trees drop seeds ( of all kinds) :)
    great post. I thought youd stopped posting but glad to see you back posting again.

  2. And yet your here.
    And you couldn't have got here any other way.
    You don't need to let go of the past, only the blame.

  3. i gave you an award. alrighty?

  4. you couldnt find it?
    you just go on my page, and its in the post titled "a-whaaa?"
    you save the picture to your computer, then upload it to your post, and then the rules are: you link back to the person who gave it to you, then you share 7 things about yourself, and pick 15 other people to give the award to. (if you cant come up with 15, you can do less).
    good luck =))

  5. the lion king taught me something pretty important.
    the past is behind you.