November 26, 2013 at 9:43pm
perlahan tiap caption postingan mu kubaca.
senyumku pun mengembang.
betapa bahagianya kita, betapa besarnya perasaan kita. kala 1 jam terasa 1 tahun, dan 1 minggu bagaikan selamanya.
mungkin sekarang hari yang kita lewati sudah memasuki umurnya yang semakin tua. tp baru 1000 hari saja, aku merasa kita sudah berjalan tertatih.
padahal, belum ada janji yang diikrarkan.
aku rindu kala kita bebas berteriak dan bertemu. lalu menggenggam tangan dan berpelukan erat, tanpa perlu mengeluh berkepanjangan. aku seperti memiliki luka yang semakin kotor.
kamu kita masih sama? can we make it, dear?
Be soft. Do not let the world make you hard. Do not let pain make you hate. Do not let the bitterness steal your sweetness.
— Kurt Vonnegut (via godmoves)
I’m really afraid to feel happy because it never lasts.
— Andy Warhol (via rosettes)
(Source: blindsideddd, via damasdamas)
I will gaze at the moon and cleanse my heart.
— Zeami (via rosettes)
(Source: invisiblestories, via eletheowl)
as cheesy as it could be.
there’s been a thing that’s bothering me for this past few weeks. as if i’m making a huge mistake that brings a huge humiliation for me, as a person in this judgmental world.
well i’m not going to say sorry, because it’s not a mistake nor a sin.
for me, music is a universal world. it is your freedom to choose what kind of music you would like to hear, and eventually become your self expression. it is your freedom to choose some genres from many kind of it.
and yet, here i am. in this post-doomsday year, still received some kind of sentiment reaction from my peers because of my interest in kpop.
yes, i like kpop.
simply because i like it. i like the packaged that they offer. maybe not all of the kind of kpop. but i’m rooting for a kpop boyband called “SHINee”. and i’m a proud shawols. ;)
i don’t understand why kpop listeners still got this kind of reaction. pfft. come on.. be open minded. it doesn’t mean you can easily mock someone because of their “unusual” interest. it doesn’t mean you’re taste in music is better than anyone else. as i said before, music is a universal world. it’s a freewill to choose any kind of music you’d like to hear.
and it’s a self expression; this is me.
well, i just want to let my little world in here know, that i’m a kpop listener. and as cheesy as it could be, i won’t stop becoming one of it.
I once dated a writer and
Writers are forgetful,
but they remember everything.
They forget appointments and anniversaries,
but remember what you wore,
how you smelled,
on your first date…
They remember every story you’ve ever told them -
but forget what you’ve just said.
They don’t remember to water the plants
or take out the trash,
but they don’t forget how
to make you laugh.
Writers are forgetful
the important things.
(Source: ofheightsandhollows, via eletheowl)
On beyond the global positioning system
A: You know, maybe it's you who's playing hard to get.
B: Maybe. I am quite selfish. I just want to meet someone who know where to find me.
A: Are you embracing GPS now?
B: No, it's beyond that. You know, when you're making an appointment usually we mention the area and also the place. Like, "Let's meet in Hyde Park, I'll be waiting you near the hideous swan statue." But, no I don't want that. I'll just tell the area without telling where is the exact place.
A: Oh! you mean, like when you told me to meet you in Bricklane and I knew that I'd find you inside the book store instead in the vintage shop across the street.
B: Yes, just like you.
In this world, there are things you can only do alone, and things you can only do with somebody else. It’s important to combine the two in just the right amount.
— Haruki Murakami, After Dark (via rainier)
bila kita sudah sampai pada pembicaraan ini, apakah artinya kita sudah cukup dewasa untuk mengerti?
apakah artinya kita sudah cukup siap untuk menyelesaikannya?
bukan sekedar tentang perdamaian dan keseimbangan dunia.
apakah aku akan merasakannya ?
Kita bisa aja bilang, “Oh, dia itu sedang mencari jati dirinya”. Tapi sebenarnya, apakah kita-kita ini sudah menemukan jati diri kita masing-masing?
— Alvin Suparman