Saturday, March 6, 2010

I fleet

Oooh, I wanted that phone so bad. And I got it the first day it came out.
My life changed. I buy applications for my phone.
I check my email on the go.
I check my stocks and see it rise :) and fall :( .

I leave reviews on websites about my phone, the applications that made me happy or made me sad.
I leave reviews about my life.
A half an hour, that's all I can give you, I tell my friends without any guilt and with doe eyes.
I am full of energy during the day. Only because of the morning coffee.
I am full of energy during the night. Only because of the energy drink I bought at the 24 hour grocery store.

My life is so organized. I keep track of my daily schedule and tasks.
I keep track of all my friends through the internet.
Emails fly in and shoot out. I live on the go.

I work out every other day. I look good, I think. There is no time for myself or for others.
There's only time for my device and my work.

I won't leave an impression when I fly.
I would not have lived fully when I die.
I realize where this might be headed.

I am not dumb, at least not as much as I used to be.
I just go with the flow.
And the water sometimes drops into a frenzied end.
Roaring down like the Niagara Falls.

I take a chance and hope it's a lake instead.
It's quite a gamble. I know.
Tomorrow's another day and I will not back down.

Friday, March 5, 2010

A simple Thought

it doesn't matter whether you become rich

Or end up in the street

It doesn't matter whether people remain aloof in your presence

or search for you in your absence

It doesn't matter you spend every night at home

Or out having fun

what matters is at the point of death whether you are desireless or full of regret

for at that moment you will long for the things you are doing right now

the sound of rain the tender touch of white snow

so let the reins of your life go

let it run free

it will work out someday somehow

not now but someday you will know.