Wednesday, January 19, 2011

False Happiness

Here is one from 1992 that I was reminded of with all the films released in 2010 dealing with dreams processing reality, guilt and grief:

Outside my window,
There is a brick wall,
But I would not know it,
I don't see it at all.
For I've painted a picture,
On the window pane,
But every once in a while,
My tears wash it away.
So I paint a new one,
Bring the colors back like new,
But in the dark nights,
Comes the ever appearing dew.
So I try and I try,
To paint it again,
But I'm lost in the circle,
Of false happiness.


10/1/1992

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