Friday, November 03, 2006

Drama Minggu Ini

Feeling angsty on a Friday - not a good thing, I know......

Angry moments
Hurtful words
In a fervent flurry of exchange
Once said - can never be withdrawn

Battle scars
To keep forever

Twinges of guilt
Sadness
Anger
Pain

Till only a numb ache remains
Souvenirs... of love


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10 comments:

  1. poor thing...had a fight with your boy, huh?

    don't worry, time will heal the pain.

    best part of all this? the kissing and making up at the end of it :)

    cheers!

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  2. Do not let the sun go down on your anger.

    Let it go. Give yourself & your bf permission to be human. That's the only way to break the pervasive feeling of being 'stuck' in anger.

    HUGS!

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  3. Where there is Evil, there is Good
    Where there is War, there is Peace
    Where there is Hurt, there is Love

    Look not on the dark side but the flame that keeps the candle burning and you will find Light...

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  4. making up will be ectra sweet later! no need to add sugar wan!

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  5. to laksa:
    Haha.
    I will have to concentrate on looking at the light at the other end of the tunnel then.
    Thanks.

    to donkeyblog:
    These things happen....
    I'll be fine in two shakes of a lamb's tail...
    (more or less)
    :)

    to hungryox:
    Thanks for the words of wisdom.
    :)

    to wuching:
    ... and it's totally calorie free too!
    Haha.
    I'll make it a point to savour it when I get there.
    :)

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  6. Just Some Facts About

    Alan Turing Alan Mathison Turing, OBE (June 23, 1912 � June 7, 1954), was an English mathematician, logician, and cryptographer. Turing is often considered to be the father of modern computer science. - - With the Turing test, Turing made a significant and characteristically provocative contribution to the debate regarding artificial intelligence: whether it will ever be possible to say that a machine is conscious and can think. He provided an influential formalisation of the concept of the algorithm and computation with the Turing machine, formulating the now widely accepted "Turing" version of the Church�Turing thesis, namely that any practical computing model has either the equivalent or a subset of the capabilities of a Turing machine

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  7. to anonymous:
    ... and what does that have to do with anything?

    What?
    Is it Alan Friggin Turing Day in some obscure part of the world??
    *sigh*

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  8. j, awwwwwwwwww one hug not enuff wey? give u another BIG HUG yeah.... don't be unhappy anymore k... have more chocolates and you will be fine :)

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  9. to meiyen:
    More hugs?
    Yay!
    *HUGSSSSSSS*
    I feel better already.
    (Thanks....)
    :)

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