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May 1, 2005
Chasing Rainbows

< i was supposed to do this a bit earlier anyway >

   Ever tried to chase a rainbow?  Have you ever found yourself under one?  Or have you just given up on it, and contented yourself with just watching it appear for a few seconds, maybe a full minute, and watch it disappear?

   In terms of love and all of its apparent discontents, I can never seem to express myself adequately.  Not because I'm scared to, or because I refuse to try, but because I can't.  People always seem to talk about getting wounded beyond their limits, about experiences that seem to test their mettle, but I wouldn't stoop as low as to give a reason like that.  Maybe it's because I couldn't bear to breathe the scent of a thousand Cupids fluttering about in a sea of love, or maybe because I've just been sapped to the bones and I am incapable of loving somebody ever again.

   Truth is, I just couldn't bear saying "arrivederci."

   To say goodbye is real easy, especially when you couple it with a few choice four-letter invectives and a jerk of the middle finger.  True, to say a few sarcastic goodbye's while burying your boot deep in one's behind is easier than, say, 1+1, but a sincere, heartfelt goodbye is very, very difficult.  Considering the silence that has been echoing through the abyss, still haunting you with that loud symphony of nothing.

   So here I am, content with just watching rainbows form over the horizon.  No drama, no comedy, no action, no nothing.  Not a word spoken.  Not a single text message, Friendster message, or even the slightest e-mail message.  Not the simplest visage of a rainbow after all this rain had ended...

   The storm clouds still brew on over the horizon.  I'm ready for the rain... if that's what it takes to chase a rainbow.

Posted at Sunday, May 01, 2005 by marocharim


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