Currents claim all of my possessions- my thoughts, beliefs, loves. And everything is destined to find the sea. Some things sooner than others. But it will be everything, dissolved into the incomprehensible mass.

Currents claim all of my possessions- my thoughts, beliefs, loves. And everything is destined to find the sea. Some things sooner than others. But it will be everything, dissolved into the incomprehensible mass.

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Tuesday, 18th January
The water finds it. It begins its procession.Just beyond the horizon is the  deep,  black, lonely place where all things go.Currents claim all of my possessions, some things sooner than others. But it will be everything. Everything dissolved in the sea, in the great mass.

The water finds it. It begins its procession.
Just beyond the horizon is the deep, black, lonely place where all things go.
Currents claim all of my possessions, some things sooner than others. But it will be everything. Everything dissolved in the sea, in the great mass.

(Source: androidnoises)

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Friday, 1st April
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Monday, 5th September

to the sea

last moments with a love are waterfalls
in them you see that horizon,
in them you take that breath
as if it will prepare you for the plunge into
this depth, the cold
and submerged in memory
of that place back there, and the last
moments
*
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Saturday, 7th April
lexplex:

Welsh Beach, Mid Summer.

lexplex:

Welsh Beach, Mid Summer.

(Source: liller)

I had a dream about whales again. They were so beautiful.

There was also a sea turtle man.
He had grown up as a man but slowly transformed into a turtle, so he eventually went out to sea to live an unusually long life. He came back and changed into a man again to tell us his wisdom; and I started crying at the truth of it all. He talked about being prepared for the crushing nature of the world,
and the enveloping sea

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Monday, 18th March

to lose:

it’s a waterfall.
if you see the buzzing horizon,
you take that breath
as if it will prepare you for the plunge into the depth, the cold
and now, submerged in memory,
the place where you were

and the last
moments

let them bury me

in the river,
to the sea

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Saturday, 13th April
MarileeAnne

3/2/13

I’ve always known that things erode.
Now as I get older,
it’s just a matter of watching, of feeling
how they go.

4/13/13

I could have just said her name happily a few times, because that would always make her tail wag and she’d light up. But I just held on to her paw, looking into her eyes, and not being able to stop crying. Until Mom called her out the door. [I couldn’t come, so far I’ve avoided ever going there.] And that was a last.
And the next day I just went and laid in bed next to Mom. Wondering where I would be going. Wondering if I could ever change the way I say goodbye to love.
Alive but colder in the afternoon light, thinking of the ways in which things are so violent. And thinking of how I learn increasingly each time
that there’s really no way to prepare yourself before a fall.

last moments:
let them bury me
in the river,
to the sea

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Thursday, 25th September