Sunday, December 20, 2009


How do you fix something that is broken?
When you don't even know how you broke it?
You said, "Meet me halfway."
Alas, you stood alone.

Why are you still standing alone halfway?
Turn around now - save yourself;
It might be till your wedding day.

So the gel eventually dissolve into water;
You should know - save yourself;
Some things just don't last forever.


zewt said...

indeed...nothing last forever
but still, we have to strive harder.

Amanda Christine Wong said...

yeah, but sometimes all of it is in vain. so why bother?

wordsonjpgs said...

i think life should be viewed as a series of impermanent experiences. once you get into this counter-intuitive idea, you'll enjoy life in the present more.

i try to remind myself of this every time something bad happens (as a form of consolation), or when something good happens (to serve as a reminder to enjoy it while it lasts).

of course, i'm not that enlightened. i still yearn for everlasting experiences and hope that past relationships had lasted longer, but i'm just being human.



Amanda Christine Wong said...

wordsonjpgs: saying so, I guess we just should suck it up and take it as part of our life experience that will indirectly affect out future huh...

Uncle Lee said...

Hi Amanda, our life today is not a dress rehearsal, we only get to play one your life with no excuses, love with no regrets.
If there's something you unable to hold on to, release it, set it free, and cross over the bridge.

Here's wishing you the best of Seasons greetings. Lee.
Ps, if free drop by.