Yes, I do read my friends' blogs and bulletin board posts. For me, it is part of my responsiblity as a friend to "listen" to whatever feelings they want to express. It is a part of the never-ending process of getting to know one's friends, a simple way to keep oneself updated of what is happening to his friends amidst great distance and busy schedules. Thanks a lot, Friendster.
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"Love is an ugly, terrible business, practised by fools. It will trample your heart and leave you bleeding on the floor. And what does it really get you in the end? Nothing but a few incredible memories that you can never shake. The truth is, there's always gonna be other girls out there, I mean, I hope. But I'm never gonna get another first love. That one's always gonna be her." - Little Manhattan The question I have been asking over and over to myself: why do we love someone eventhough we know that in the (near) future, our heart will eventually be "trampled" upon and left bleeding on the floor? Are those "few, incredible memories" enough to tell yourself that it is worth all the pain? Someone once told me that you can never experience the joy of loving without experiencing the pain of hurting first. Back then, it sounded stupid. Now, I know better. It is through hurting that we learn how to appreciate the people that we love. It is when we
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Intoxicating poison inside my heart Vast imagination filling my thoughts Inscribing your name deeep within my soul Everything inside me is nothing but you Denying myself of my own freedom Engaging my mind with mem'ries of you Just a dream of you is heaven to me Enslaved myself with your wit and beauty Simple and gentle, firm and resilient Unparalleled talents of mind and body Stunning as a nature's goddess of perfection Just to see you is a dream come true Oh fair young lady, please never forget Sometime, somewhere, your vines caught my heart Unworthy as I am of your care and affection Every part of me will never cease to love you... I promise