The loss

Crazy, delusional, through a field of thoughts I walk. With every step I feel as if I were floating on some silvery liquid, which doesn't wet me, but evaporates at the touch of my bare feet. The soft fragrance of a distant melody reaches my ears, I close my eyes and, as I concentrate on the sounds, a myriad images, some of them memories of past things, some of things yet to come, crawl through my nose with every breath.

This is what my life has come to. Unable to distinguish between dreams and reality, I see people where there are none, I think just blurry images and imagine incomplete thoughts. I don't know where I am anymore.

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1 comments:

Space Oddi-ty said...

She's lost control - I. Curtis (Joy Division)

Confusion in her eyes that says it all.
She's lost control.
And she's clinging to the nearest passer by,
She's lost control.
And she gave away the secrets of her past,
And said I've lost control again,
And a voice that told her when and where to act,
She said I've lost control again.

And she turned around and took me by the hand and said,
I've lost control again.
And how I'll never know just why or understand,
She said I've lost control again.
And she screamed out kicking on her side and said,
I've lost control again.
And seized up on the floor, I thought she'd die.
She said I've lost control.
She's lost control again.
She's lost control.
She's lost control again.
She's lost control.

Well I had to 'phone her friend to state my case,
And say she's lost control again.
And she showed up all the errors and mistakes,
And said I've lost control again.
But she expressed herself in many different ways,
Until she lost control again.
And walked upon the edge of no escape,
And laughed I've lost control.
She's lost control again.
She's lost control.
She's lost control again.
She's lost control.