Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Bright are the stars that shine/ Dark is the sky.

Working late, and not quite sure if this belongs to my writing blog or this one. But I figured if the Zen-type poem about walking down the street belonged here, this one does, too.

It's a piece of dialogue from When Harry Met Sally, and no, I am not one of those people who quote romantic comedies from the eighties in normal conversation. Really.

So, here it is. He says: 'I came here tonight because when you realise you want to spend the rest of your life with somebody, you want the rest of your life to start as soon as possible.'

Deep.

2 comments:

beenie said...

ummm ..you know what after a long time i raked through my Alanis Morissette Cds ..yup no podded button bulges on my thinker finger...brought back jagged lil pill memories ...or was it supposed former...phew...days of tranquilizers and alcohol ...did you??...ha ha ha ...
the significant barmy familiar blunt...
that i would be good...even if i ...
enough already...

Lady Writer said...

I'm pretty much a CD person myself; pods are for peas. And yes, Alanis goes back to my days of alcohol and forgetting as well. For the record, though, That I Would Be Good is off Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie. Cheers.

 
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