In was nearby the seaside caverns that the boy did reside. He came to the shores each night to see the moon direct the tide. He'd sit there for awhile, never minding the time. And watch the silver reflected light on the surface shine. The older he got, the longer each night he would stay. … Continue reading The Dreams of the Tide
It's a beautiful day here in small town Ohio and I thought why not take a walk down the philosophical side today. What follows is something I wrote quite some time back. Note that I have no idea if the ideas and concepts I'm discussing have been brought up by anyone before me. However, I … Continue reading Infinite Theory
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Well she came to me a cryin' mess,I thought I'd at least try my best,to console the girl who taught me about love.But little did I know, it was all a show.She acted her part, and played the role,of someone I'd hurt a few long years ago.Said everything had been just fine,'til I had come … Continue reading No Stranger To Our Past
When Willie sang he was crazy for tryin',I always thought he was lyin',Cause for her I'd go wherever the wind blows.And here I am, without you, and I'm feelin' so blue,But now tryin's just gettin' too old.Oh I'll go on for awhile,Just to see that sweet smile,I'll keep tryin' and cryin' for you.
When I was younger, maybe 9 or 10 or 11, I used to lay awake in my room at night looking out the window where the moonlight would pour in from a clear country night sky. I'd lay there, much like I still do today, and likely will for much of my life to come, … Continue reading Out At Sea
You can be willing to give someone the whole world. Every last bit of yourself, all your love and happiness you wish so fiercely to offer them. You'd use every last hour of daylight and still turn on the lamp at night to stay up and think of what you could possibly do or say. … Continue reading A Letter to You, in Care of the Universe