Tag Archive: cynic

That’s me inside your head

It has been quite some time since I have freely and, admittedly, easily put pen to paper, particularly in the sanctity of my own home – alone. As I sit here, I am… Continue reading

If you are hopeful, why can’t you be happy?

Look, I wish I could explain to you why I haven’t spoken to you in such a long time – I mean why I have not gut wrenchingly smudged my bloodied truthful soul… Continue reading

For what it’s worth

For what it’s worth, I am sorry. I have tried for a while now to find the right words to explain to you that it is in no way cliché to say it… Continue reading

How to be unique, just like everybody else

I want to tell you something unique, something different, something so completely me that it will leave a mark, a remembrance of who I am within your mind. But how? When the entire… Continue reading

Mute

I have been instructed not to miss you. I have been told that this is a good thing. I have been told it is better for me to be without you. I have… Continue reading

Let’s not pretend like we’re not going to pretend

Let’s not pretend that it didn’t cut deep. Let’s not pretend that this means nothing to me. I may pretend to not care, but we both know you cut me down to size… Continue reading

Holly Brook – Curious

[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s_vdc4nc9-Q]   [This song has been stuck in my head since my last post. I have become skeptical about my cynicism and I’m trying to get back to some sort of state where… Continue reading

Re·ject

Dismiss as inadequate, inappropriate, or not to one’s taste.   A person or thing dismissed as failing to meet standards or satisfy tastes. This week, I was that thing (or person). It must not… Continue reading

Shinedown – The Crow and the butterfly

[An extraordinary man introduced me to this epic power song, and it’s one of those songs that I keep coming back to. One, it’s sheer awesome. Two, it is an amazing music video.… Continue reading

I have a good thing right now.

I have a good thing right now. So good, in fact, that I do not feel the need to explain it to you or justify it. It is good, and therefore it is.… Continue reading