I saw a hipster pic which was captioned, “Happiness is a fleeting delusion,” I thought to myself that this is true in a way, but that’s okay cause life itself is a fleeting delusion. Enjoy it while it lasts.
Thanks so much! I love living near the river. There are so many beautiful sights. I took almost 100 more pictures just today, I’ll be uploading some more soon.
On a world of my fears I saw a girl with a beer
The kind I hurt to be near
My sight’s a certain unclear
I’d like to grab that ass and instagram that Pabst
But my tattered mindstate is battered and gashed
The matters of my bastard brain are a monster mash
I welded shut with a saudered blast
Told myself a thousand lies~suicide a thousand times
Committed crime by bidding bye to the white inside my eyes
Bad thoughts still fry inside my mind while silence bides
Bit the flame, thought I was flying but I was only high
Tried to put the blame in other places but the fault was only mine
Close your eyes and feel the Earth rotating
Try to see problems as opportunities and a way to show ourselves how strong we can be
What a wondrous world, through the ups and downs, most of us have found a way to make through.
Those that are no longer with us have returned to the source of all life and matter. We will one day join them and finally find the harmony that many of us long for in life.
Friend and enemy, murderer and victim, mother and child will finally rest as one. Waiting as clay to form the next cosmic show that the universe will put on. We play our parts and make our choices.
We have our good days and our bad days. I am thankful that I can grasp on to a few moments where it is clear to me how beautiful the cycle of life really is.
Thanks so much, Bryce! I plan to continue growing as a photographer and expand my range of subjects. I have so many more to upload, they just need to be processed and cropped, glad you enjoy!
This whole life’s a gash in the true flesh of death
New Mexico is truly an enchanting place and deserves its nickname, “The Land of Enchantment.” It is my home and the only place I have lived, so I long to venture out into other parts of the world.
Still, I am thankful to live in such a beautiful place. The mountains stretch over Albuquerque and water seems so precious when it is so sparse in this desert.