On New Years Eve, I may have been a little under the influence…of various substances.
Needless to say, I was trashed beyond all reason and making questionable decisions (although really, I had a blast and it was SO much fun).
But nevertheless, questionable decisions.
And one of these decisions may have been to ask out a girl who I had lived with for two years. It was a bit weird. We were the friends who lived together but really didn’t know each other THAT well (think a Chandler and Phoebe dynamic). Not to mention that she had dated a friend forever who is a really fucking awesome guy which made me feel like that’d be weird towards him, etc. Miss that dude.
I guess I’m just trying to say is that there was all kinds of weird surrounding the situation.
But either way, seemed like something that either of could shrug off if it was weird come the next morning.
She has since said she has no recollection of the event and deleted me on Facebook.
I actually think that that’s really really funny. And also made me realize that other people are way more nervous than I am when it comes to asking out people on dates and such. A weird way of confidence building if you will.
It’ll be pretty damn funny when I see her next though.
My coworker was right. ”Dude, you’ve got nothing to lose. So fuck it, you know?”
Out where the stones lay like bones by the ocean, Out where the waves crash contempt on the land, Someone was trembling for fear of the tempest. Somebody silently reached for their hand.
"Understand that if you’re cold I’ll keep you warm. And besides, there’s so much beauty in a storm,”
"So come down with me to the shore And what’s more…
I adore you.”
"So tell me, what is there to fear. You think some seraph up above is trying to rob us of our love, Because the sky’s not clear. My dear, you know there’s not, Now listen to the rain upon the rooftop.”
But the wind picked up.
Out where the stones stand up like thrones beside the ocean, Out where the waves make a grave of the sea, The lovers struggled in the middle of the tempest, And water angrily crawled up onto the beach.
"Hold my hand and stay with me, We’ll be released,”
But the tide clung like an anchor to her feet. And though he tried to make the water line recede, It pulled her out into the sea.
HE COULD NOT BREAK APART THE WAVES TO BRING HER SAFELY BACK IN. HE WATCHED HER HAND BREAK THROUGH THE SURFACE ONCE,
Then disappear again.
"Forever wait inside the sea for me, my dear,
I hear you.”
You speak in every curling wave, And sing in every violent breeze. Someday not far away from here, My dear,
I swear I’ll see you.
And we will hear the seraphs cry, For they will still envy you and I.
How they envied you and I. How they envied you and I. How they envied you and I.