?

Log in

No account? Create an account

Before | After

Fuck!

My car's not working.

I'm stuck at home when I should be at work.

Grr!

Tags:

Comments

paradigmshifty
Aug. 9th, 2005 02:50 am (UTC)
What's up with Jeff?

You may need to do the train thing.
halloranelder
Aug. 9th, 2005 03:03 am (UTC)
One of the terminals on the battery is cracked and as a result I'm not getting enough power to start.

I've rung RACQ and someone should be around in the next half hour or so.

While I could take pubic transport (and no, that's not a spelling mistake) I would rather get it sorted out now rather than leave it.
paradigmshifty
Aug. 9th, 2005 03:19 am (UTC)
Makes sense if you can get a quick fix rather than needing a garage.
halloranelder
Aug. 9th, 2005 04:22 am (UTC)
Fixed, thankfully.

Latest Month

July 2016
S M T W T F S
     12
3456789
10111213141516
17181920212223
24252627282930
31      

Desert Rose

I dream of rain
I dream of gardens in the desert sand
I wake in vain
I dream of love as time runs through my hand

I dream of fire
Those dreams are tied to a horse that will never tire
And in the flames
Her shadows play in the shape of a man's desire

This desert rose
Each of her veils, a secret promise
This desert flower
No sweet perfume ever tortured me more than this

And as she turns
This way she moves in the logic of all my dreams
This fire burns
I realize that nothing's as it seems

I dream of rain
I dream of gardens in the desert sand
I wake in vain
I dream of love as time runs through my hand

I dream of rain
I lift my gaze to empty skies above
I close my eyes
This rare perfume is the sweet intoxication of her love

I dream of rain
I dream of gardens in the desert sand
I wake in vain
I dream of love as time runs through my hand

Sweet desert rose
Each of her veils, a secret promise
This desert flower
No sweet perfume ever tortured me more than this

Sweet desert rose
This memory of Eden haunts us all
This desert flower
This rare perfume, is the sweet intoxication of the fall

Tags

Powered by LiveJournal.com
Designed by Teresa Jones