Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Love vice.

like the sand
in the hand
they slip
they escape
they vanish
they hold no value
no permanence
they are but mirages
that come out as sounds

like life
and its strife
it comes
it promises
it vanishes
it holds no meaning
no strength
it is but a vice
disguised as virtue


1 comment:

Kellner said...

Since she shared the same label as the King, she was given permission to bill herself as the Female Elvis Presley and she lived up to the moniker! Simply plug the Hi-Jack Splitter into your headphone output and connect 2 sets of headphones and hey presto - both of you can listen to the same iPod. For the most part, it's digitally compressed pop music playing over the speaker(s) in a "smart phone," or on an MP3 player with earphones, or on a laptop computer, while they do something else. Except it's super low-budget and all you get for "scenic" is a bunch of screens behind everyone flashing stuff. I know this is something I hope to be able to do when the time comes! Always though, something gets in the way; whether it's time, songs, ideas, but most of all, money! Really though, is money such an issue these days given the expansive and ever growing recording industry? Much to the detestation of studio owners, recording these days has become a whole lot more affordable!!