Friday, September 15, 2006

Wine, I wine...



Oh wine... we forgot the iron. My night time vice, in all my self loathing. Always punctual. Irreproachable in the bottle. Sumptuous in the glass. I drink, but the sweetness engulfs me. A temporary paradise. Sooner or later it's gone, an enchanting calamity. I'm gone. The bitterness prevails. Nothing is sweet, so I say so long... Only sporadic revelries. Small doses. Remorse no more... farewell to thee.

8 comments:

Tracy said...

i think you need to change your time settings to match yours.. wasnt this at like 4:30 am?

but soon enough, youll be here....

and wine nights we can have TOGETHER

Crysil said...

Perhaps you need to snap out of it? Maybe you need to come visit me this week. Sounds like you could use some sushi & chocolate! Always makes me feel better. Just think - you're not working for Miller Lite anymore - how much better can things get!

Tracy said...

dont snap out of it. . . its what makes us different.. and connected.. i love u

Crysil said...

Perhaps I was just unaware of how "different" Rechelda is. I doubt that, though. I don't think that being down & out often makes a person so different. Actually, I thought that Rechelda's sparkle & kindness, even silly nature was what made her different. Or we could both be thinking the same thing about terribly fashion-dilluted people could be (remember the cherry girl w/ the red boots!)

Tracy said...

perhaps she IS indeed unaware.

i think feeling how one REALLY feels in a moment is important to the emotional freeing of ones thoughts. i believe its important to not stuff away sad thoughts because OTHERS would rather see the cheery side of you. if a friend cant stand by a friend through their sadness, theyre not a friend at all.

we are different, because we're not afraid to show our weaknesses as other try to put on a perfect front. and THAT is why my besty, dont snap out of it. just feel it and get it out (thats WHAT blogs are for anyway.. lordy) and then move on with your cheery side.

Tracy said...

I <3 you

Crysil said...

One thing I'm really not fond of about blogs is that sarcasm definitely doesn't read through text very well.
Is this starting to sound like a catfight on Rechelda's blog? funny.

Anyway,I'm a major feeling stuffer and I agree that's a good point.

How do Tracy & Rechelda know eachother? California?

Steve Curcuru said...

Friends don't let friends drink and blog.