I’ll Watch The Stars Go Out


Lyrics:

Is it asking too much to be given time
To know these songs and to sing them
Is it asking too much of my vacant smile
And my laugh and lies that bring them


But as the stars are going out
And this stage is full of nothing
And the friends have all but gone

For my life my god I’m singing

We’ll take our hearts outside
Leave our lives behind
I’ll watch the stars go out


We’ll take our hearts outside
Leave our lives behind
I’ll watch the stars go out


Is it asking too much of my favorite friends
To take these songs for real
Is it asking too much of my partner’s hands
To take these songs real


As the stars are going out
And this stage is full of nothing
And the friends have all but gone

For my life my god I’m singing

(Lyrics from AZLyrics.com)

 The stars align for me.  I’ll always be that one no one sees.


I’m only a human being with feelings.


I wear my heart on my sleeve.

 

Cancer sucks…

But I guess it takes compassion and empathy to understand what someone else is going through.  

If a friend thinks you’re “unstable” or that you may seem that way to others, please get rid of that friend.  Friends should support you NO MATTER WHAT!!!

I just may be fooling myself, But I’m a wishful thinker.  I’ll make it some day.  It just takes some positive outlooks to get me there. 

You can’t have an omelet until you break a few eggs, am I right?


I know this may sound weird, but I removed all the bad karma that people hexed on me by using salt as a gemstone around my neck, following rose quartz crystals.  Eventually, the rose quarts broke, but my amazonite charm is still going. 


Anyway….Life’s not all it’s cracked up to be.  Did you know that it was never stated that Humpty Dumpty was an egg?  That’s so strange!!!


But like the quote in Criminal Minds (I found one that suited this blog.):

We are all alone….We just create illusions that for one moment, we are not.


We’re born alone. We live alone. We die alone.  Only through our love and friendship can we create the illusion for a moment that we’re not alone.

This is an original quote from Orson Welles.  I didn’t know this until another prompt popped up with a quote from him.  Writers do get inspiration from other writers, see?

 

~~Diana

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