Jan 29, 2009

A Moonbeam To Charm You....


I :-
Do not feel like shifting, not one bit, not at all but have to. Hmphhhhh! Why? Oh why? Why does it seem to be on the move constantly just when I get a little comfortable with my surroundings. I meant life by the way.

Hate the feeling of being not wanted, being the outsider, and I know I still am in this place and the Walrus and the Pretty Maid haven't accepted me for who I am. I wonder if they ever will.

Have this plan all hatched out in my head, something which might pay off in the long run. Hope I can go through with it and hope I am inspired enough.

Realised that most of the times I can slay my own dragons that spread havoc in my head. It feels good though they don't seem to go away forever and will always be there in some form or the other.

Have this wierd craving for the Fillet-o-Fish burger ever too often these days. Dude I am gonna be putting on all the weight that I lost, right back in the wrong places.

Am reading Daphne Du Maurier's Jamaica Inn and savouring every page. I love the sound of the moors, the winds, the dark and dreary English countryside and the gothic timeframe.

Have been having long conversations with Miss Lemony Pie and managed convincing her to do something completely unlike her. She is such a prude in some matters and to think I coaxed and cajoled her into something so funny gives me a quite a thrill.

Learning how to find myself again and realising that this was never gonna be easy.

Know that my sentences are halting and incoherent. Pardon me.

Found the warmest of quotes which says :-
“May God grant you always...A sunbeam to warm you, a moonbeam to charm you, a sheltering Angel so nothing can harm you. Laughter to cheer you. Faithful friends near you. And whenever you pray, Heaven to hear you.”

10 comments:

Toonfactory said...

Great write up...loved the images too...Thoughtful indeed...
nice blog...great posts...yet to go thru most of them :) will be a regular visitor here...
came to your blog via 20 something bloggers...hope U wont mind an uninvited guest

Keshi said...

Poignant post.

God may not hv given me wut i wanted, but He sure did give me alot of FRIENDS and ANGELS..in Blogville :) and ur one too!

Keshi.

SMM said...

Your shifting again? Where to babe? I'l call you over the weekend. Its been a while :)

(¯`•._.•[Raaji]•._.•´¯) said...

no one likes to move. I think i can relate but you do what you gotta do.
:-)

I love the quote.

The Dude said...

You are not alone in how you feel, but the choices in the end lie with you.

all I can say is that you shouldn't feel bad about it, in fact its kind of funny if you ask me..

we spend all our time on traditions and ritual and habit and things of that nature, but the very nature of life, time and evolution is that nothing is the same forever.
Its the ultimate irony of life that the only constant in the world is change. :D
all the best.
Cheers.

J said...

I always find shifting/relocating a way to snap out of the complacency and take on the unknown.

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