Love is ephemeral

ephemeral

I found this card haphazardly chucked in one of the boxes while unpacking last night. This was written last year when I came over to KL to do some groundwork before moving here for good. I put 7 gifts for her for the week that I was away for her to find, this is the first and only card I have left.

It struck me, how ephemeral love is. Fleeting, like the whisper of freshly cut grass in the cool wind…

Lest sixthseal.com becomes too grave, let’s segue to Eminem’s latest. ;)

When you walk through the door it was clear to me. You’re the one they adore, who they came to see. You’re a rock star, everybody wants you. Player, who can really blame you?

*clears throat*

Yes, that is my famous cakar ayam! It’s also why I prefer to type than write – banks have been known to reject my signature coz I can’t even replicate my own signature twice. I remember an exasperated clerk showing my signature to me under a UV light and telling me to sign it exactly like I did. I still couldn’t do it. LOL!

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22 thoughts on “Love is ephemeral”

  1. This guy doesn”t need to know how to read or write well….
    A Well-Planned Retirement
    Outside the Bristol Zoo, in England, there is a parking lot for 150 cars and 8 coaches, or buses.
    It was manned by a very pleasant attendant with a ticket machine charging cars £1 (about $1.40) and coaches £5 (about $7).
    This parking attendant worked there solid for all of 25 years.
    Then, one day, he just didn’t turn up for work.
    “Oh well”, said Bristol Zoo Management – “we’d better phone up the City Council and get them to send a new parking attendant…”
    “Err … no”, said the Council, “that parking lot is your responsibility.”
    “Err … no”, said Bristol Zoo Management, “the attendant was employed by the City Council, wasn’t he?”
    “Err … NO!” insisted the Council.
    Sitting in his villa in somewhere in Spain, is a bloke who had been taking the parking lot fees, estimated at £400 (about $560) per day at Bristol Zoo for the last 25 years. Assuming 7 days a week, this amounts to just over £3.6 million ($7 million)!

  2. See, that’s what I’m talking about: you bring the real deal, that’s why SixthSeal is part of my daily routine.
    Love ya in a totally straight way, bro.

  3. aw! how sweet !!
    kian left me a gift in a medical book, ‘merck sharp n dome’ while he was away some years ago.
    when i found out about the gift, i cried so badly. i missed him, awkful lot. :)

  4. hah! found someone with the similar ugly writing like me own. . . .lolz.
    Keep the memory bro . . . .u should treasure the love u had. . .whatever happens. . .let the bitter moments be gone

  5. Yah me too, join the gang.
    Those of us who type far too well, and far too much really have lost the ability to handwrite anything.
    I can’t read my own hand writing if it’s more than a few weeks old.

  6. Serge Norguard: Yup, my cakar ayam is some of the best you’ll ever see. :)
    waiChing: Thanks! :)
    DYMM_Tuanku: Haha! Nice one indeed.
    John: Cheers buddy! :)
    I love you in a totally straight way as well mate. :)
    cynthia: Yup, it’s always nice to get little surprises like these. :)
    foodcrazee aka mike: Yup, always mate. The good memories are what I keep. :)
    ShaolinTiger: Indeed! It’s quite a phenomenon – we’ve been so used to computers that we type faster than we can write to the point that we forget (a little) how to write properly anymore. :)

  7. It’s still not consider cakar ayam when people still can read ur handwriting.. ;) Doctor’s handwriting more worse.. I’m wondering how they read it among them. So sweet of you… Seldom guy will spend time to do surprises for their girl.. That’s would be a great memory to kept forever.. :)

  8. Shirley Snow: Yeah true, but surprisingly my sister has really NEAT handwriting (she’s a doctor). Well, I think most guys will if they’re into a girl. :)
    goolooloo: We have a lot in common. Yeah, we were both very happy at that time. :)

  9. Hihi^^ Maybe only applicable for “he” not “she”.. I always having problem to read the prescription written on the medical card. ;)

  10. Shirley Snow: My sister’s husband is a doctor too…and I can read his handwriting. :)
    Perhaps I just have a knack of reading terrible handwriting coz mine is horrible as well.
    I can read doctor’s notations, prob due to my affinity to pharmaceuticals.

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