Still, my friends were golden threads randomly appearing in the monotonous fabric of my days.Elisabeth Tova Bailey – The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating
The visits were like dreams from which I awoke once more alone.Elisabeth Tova Bailey – The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating
This quote reminded me of my poem Unknown. Just thought I’d share.
So you know that moment when you are reading a book again for maybe the thousandth time. It is all fine and dandy and it’s going great. You absolutely love the book and it feels like reading it for the first time again. But then you think back to when you read previously and you remember all the bad things that are going to happen. Then you have that horrible sinking gut feeling, yeah that’s how I feel right now. I was just lying on my bed reading, “The Elite,” [part of the selection series(definitly recommend it, I love it. It’s one of my fave book series)]and I was having fun. Then I remembered which characters were going to die in the next book and the sadness and pain that was going to follow after this happy moment. And that just sent me spiraling into a pit of sadness. It also didn’t help that I wasn’t feeling all fine and dandy when I first started reading. The reading was supposed to pull me out of my slump, but now I’m deeper in. I hate it when that happens. Has this ever happened to you? If so with what book? (Answer in the comments.) On the side note the picture above is the series it’s just missing the 4th book, cause I don’t own it and that is my picture and copies of the books. Well that’s all I have for now.
So until we meet again…
Go read this book. I loved it. It had many twists and turns and I fell in love with the characters. The quote posted before came from this book. I really like the quote because I wish that was how the world was and that I didn’t have a label. So I encourage you to go read this book. I understand if it’s not your thing but I liked it and I think it has a good message behind it.
Because labels confine you. They don’t let you move outside of them. We labelless nuts of the world can be whoever we want, whenever we want.Almost Impossible By: Nicole Williams