sábado, 9 de abril de 2016

Sobre conforto. E pessoas


Sobre conforto. 
Sobre estar com pessoas com quem você consegue conversar livremente. 
E ficar em silêncio livremente.
Pessoas com que você consegue rir, e chorar sem vergonha ou culpa.
Pessoas que sabem quando você precisa de um abraço forte ou de distância.
Pessoas que não dizem palavras vazias, ou cruéis, mesmo em tom de brincadeira.
Por que elas conhecem quem você é.
Seus defeitos.
Seus medos.
Suas inseguranças.
E te aceitam. 
E dizem, eu "eu sei que você é uma babaca muitas vezes, mas é nossa babaca."
Pessoas que não desprezam seus problemas como coisas que podem ser ignoradas e sumirem facilmente.
Que não dizem "estou ao seu lado para o que der", mas somem, e te fazem parecer pequena demais.
Pessoas que não tentam sempre exaltar o mediocre.
Ou que saibam ouvir seus problemas, contar os dela, e não fazer disso uma competição de desgraças, mas uma forma de rir de coisas tristes, para fazê-las mais leves. 
Sobre conforto, sobre pessoas que te façam gostar delas, mas também de si mesmo. Que as façam amá-las, de mansinho, fazendo você se amar a cada dia.
Pessoas que te ligam apenas para saber se você está bem, e que realmente querem saber disso. Realmente querem saber como foi seu dia. 
Pessoas que dizem que você está errada, sem fazer você se sentir uma nada, mas sim que você pode melhorar.
Pode evoluir.
Sem deixar de ser quem você é.
Ser quem você é. 
Sobre ver suas faces, suas fases, e seu eu de verdade.
"Você fica mais bonita quando sorri de verdade."
"Eu sei quando você quer ficar sozinha."
"Eu estou aqui. Estou realmente aqui."
"Eu sei que hoje é um dia difícil, por isso liguei."

Sobre pessoas que você ama sem perceber. 
Isso é conforto.
Lorem Krsna

terça-feira, 5 de abril de 2016

Lucy Spraggan



"Tea &Toast"

Tom was born in 1942
With eyes of blue
And the doctors said
That his birth was far too fast
His heart stopped twice
But yet he survived
As he took his first breath
His mother took her last

And his father knew that he wasn't to blame
But he never quite looked at Tom the same
After that
And he rarely spoke about her
But when he did
He said, "Your mother used to say this

"When the skies are looking bad my dear
And your heart's lost all its hope
After dawn there will be sunshine
And all the dust will go
The skies will clear my darling
I'll wake up with the one I love the most
And in the morning, I'll make you up
Some tea and toast."

Well, they met through a friend
Who introduced them
And the first thing Tom said was, "Would you like to dance?"
They moved with each other
And when the music got slower
He said, "Don't let go of my hand."
He said, "It's only polite if I ask you tonight
Would it be alright, if I could walk you home?"
That night he told her of his birth
And he said when it hurt
He thought about what his mother said about tea and toast

Well, two quick years went by
They were side by side
And without a plan they conceived a little child
He said, "Woman, I love you and this you know
But I only earn enough for our food and clothes
But I love you and this baby until the day that I die."
She said, "We'll take care of this little life
And we'll fall in love with her baby blue eyes
And we'll be alright from some advice that I know."
She said, "I never got to meet her
But if I did, I'm sure your mother would have said this

"When the skies are looking bad my dear
And your heart's lost all its hope
After dawn there will be sunshine
And all the dust will go
The skies will clear my darling
We'll show this baby all the love we know
And in the morning, I'll make you up
Some tea and toast."

Well, he took those words
And he made them proud
He worked day after day
And hour after hour
So that they could buy a little house just on the outside of town
Their little girl grew up and so did they
They said that they loved each other everyday
And forty years later, that brings us to now

And as they're walking down the street
Her grip loosens on his hand
He puts his arm around her side as she falls to the ground
He hears her breathing and that's the only sound
Her body on the floor attracts a worried crowd
Tears rolls off his face as he says, "Don't let go, now."

And he's sitting by her bed in the hospital ward
Then their daughter walks in with a family of her own
She says, "Dad, I don't know if she can hear you now
But there's one thing mum would want you to know."

"When the skies are looking bad my dear
And your heart's lost all its hope
After dawn there will be sunshine
And all the dust will go
Skies will clear my darling
Now it's time for you to let go
Our girl will wake you up in the mornin' with some tea and toast."

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