them the words heard, cloud covered, make the few streaks visible look like mocking smiles saying see we got your numbers, play pale and dead you’re sure to win and add an over/under and a trifecta guaranteed
everyone is willing to take and give you thanks with a nice tap on the head which buys them a grimace smile of 2 seconds recognition and further confirms the crumbling internals and unless you walk away, into solitude and recall from high school language class
répète après moi "c'est la vie,” repeat after me, that’s life
What is Space? We don't know. Here and There. Distance, the Basic Notion. Quantified with a Ruler.
What is Time? We don't know. Then and Now. Change, the Basic Notion. Quantified with a Clock.
What is a Ruler? A Counter of Repeats of an Unchanging Distance From Heel to Toe, a Foot And Length is the Repeat Counts
What is a Clock? A Counter of Repeats of Constant Change From Evening to Morning, a Day And Time is the Repeat Counts
Space and Time Ruler's and Clock's Measurements Conceived in Distance and Change Presented as Length and Time But Distance and Change remains Unknown and Unknowable. We don't know, We don't know, Maybe we'll never know.
You're one of my favorites A star of my life Someone I just can't live without
And even when you're far away I'll never wanna spend a day not talking with you
Because I never had that perfect person, that one who never left my side who was always there when I needed them and didn't leave me in the dirt to die, when I was at my worst, they stayed, with their foot planted at my right.
So please, please. Don't ever, ever leave my side.
Ahh love this so much. So proud of myself on this one for some reason!
As we walk throughout our life leaving traces of our footprints to where we go But just like the traces of our footprints start to fade with passing time and as life draws to end Like footprints on a sandy beach washed away without a trace By the In coming tide just as If we've never been here
Our life fragile like foot prints on a sandy beach washed away with the In coming tide as If we've never been here