Daniel When I first saw you I knew that you had a flame in your heart And under wild blue sky, marble moon skies I found a home in your eyes, we'd never be apart
And when the fires came, the smell of cinders and rain Perfumed almost everything We laughed and laughed and laughed And in the golden blue, You took me to the darkest place you knew And set fire to my heart
When I run in the dark Daniel Into a place that's lost Daniel Under a sheet of gray (?) in my heart I dream of home
But in a goodbye bet with my arms around your neck Into our mouths the tears crept, Just kids in the eye of the storm And as my house (?) ran round, My dream pulled me from the ground Forever to search for the flame, For home again, for home again
-- Moving song, but I've become more cynical about fantasy worlds in art. Time to live in the actual world?--
Made the chocolate lava cake of yesterday's post. I used a small 7" casserole dish ($1 from Goodwill), left it too long in the oven, so it wasn't molten, but fully cooked. It was super rich and B and I couldn't even finish it between the 2 of us. He had it mixed in with his vanilla yogurt, which reminded me of how my roommates and I used to do that with No-Pudge brownies to make them go a little bit further.
Commented on a recent blog post by my friend Rachel. The topic of her post really hit me hard and reminded me of what I lack in my surroundings and social interactions. I have too many things, and not enough community. Why is it so hard to cultivate or find??