Nimrod the Hunter
I have looked in the mirror and felt that way, like all was at a loss and there was nothing more I could offer. I like how it is put together, it is like looking in the mirror and having a memory come back to you. It's beautiful, but sad.. and the three lines:
And I keep losing keep failing
keep letting it get the best of me
that there is hardly anything left...
I'm flattered. Be strong and look inward for all the good things in yourself. But still, the knowledge that you will never marry, it can't be that bad enough. Refuse to think like that, there is too much in life to lose. If you think you've lost everything except perhaps your dignity, maybe there's one thing you have gained along the way that pays for the rest, and that's wisdom.
Henry Thoreau once said something like 'life is like the surface of a pond.'
[This message has been edited by Nimrod the Hunter (edited 06-29-99).]