Blue of Colors - Goodbye Stranger
solo project of Steve Soboslai, frontman for the band Punchline. big fan of his stuff so far.
We came from outside and our boots were dirty, but we hurried to get in from the cold. Can we rest our eyes if you tell us you’ve been looking for another able body. Not you or anyone that looks like you. If you can find anyone that looks like me. We hate the outside and our chests were hurting, but we worried you’d see into our souls. Can we take our time if you tell us you’ve been looking for somebody you can trust. I was allowed to push you around. To take you outside. To make you believe you’re nothing. Outside everyone looks the same without you. I would do anything to feel it again. Wait for the sound at your door. Stay outside. We’ve been hiding in our houses together screaming stay outside, please stay outside. You can see it in our bloodshot eyes that we’ve been looking for someone. Anyone no, but not you. I saw your death, but you won’t leave. Ill never be like them. Stay outside.
Lately I’ve been doing a lot of things without realizing I’m doing them or remembering that I’ve done them. Yesterday I went to the kitchen to get water for my workout and walked out with a full bowl of salad. I didn’t even realize that I had gotten anything until I was walking back in the living room and looked down. Today at work, I put on my coat in the middle of the day and didn’t notice until someone asked me why I was wearing it.
Just now I opened three tabs to reblog the exact same thing and didn’t notice until I decided not to reblog it, closed the tab I had open and discovered three other ones.
At first I was like “oh lol silly me”, but now I’m kind of worried about it. IS MY BRAIN DYING?
Dedicated to 1 of The 5 Types of Sociopath Invented by the Internet.
This year, I’m trying not to reblog any photos or artwork that aren’t correctly sourced, and it turns out that only like 5% of all the stuff on my dashboard actually links back to the person who made it. Way shitty, Internet.
The article is also spot on.
(Source: , via midnitespookshow)
You’ll need coffee shops and sunsets and road trips. Airplanes and passports and new songs and old songs, but people more than anything else. You will need other people and you will need to be that other person to someone else, a living breathing screaming invitation to believe better things.