walk with me

Tuesday, March 24, 2009

sour cream

wrote this last november 22... crappy!

just when you think you did... oh, crap...
you realize, you don't...
and when you said it's over,
hell no! it ain't...

why is it hard to turn your back and just walk away?
why is it always you?

for a time, you were so proud to tell the world, "I'M FREE!"
and then you learn that your chains just got longer...
long enough to let you wander across the room
and make you feel as if you're free...
but still tied up and locked,
left alone in the middle of even God don't know where...

all are superficial...
all are just colored...
after the fuzz, you are never happy.


perhaps... your time hasn't come...

wait for eternity... maybe soon you'll be set free...

x's: f*ck you, crap! you should be dead by now!

am just a girl...

i'm just a girl.

with random thoughts...
& playful smile...

i love fashion.
i drop when i don't shop.
perhaps, needs treatment for being addicted to shoes.
now, i'm more addicted to bags...

pink. its as if it flows in my veins...
i breathe on scents not air...
i crave for clothes.
i pout when i can't get what i want...
and i always find a way to get myself what i want...

whims? could be.
brat? sometimes.
whore? part of me, maybe.

sleep when i can... eat when i want... love all the time...

i'm just a girl...

if men will always be boys, us too...
only on a more fashionable & refined way...

i'm so sorry...
i'm just a girl.

wink wink wink

labels

i have been reading the sartorialist lately... and i really like how that blog goes. taking pictures of people he met on the street... and writing about them and their wardrobe. i would love to do that too but... my resources are limited. for fashion in this place consists merely of pants, shirts, shoes, bags, some skirt, whatever things and brand. (brands that are not so known to many) unlike in any other place, fashion is layering. fashion is mixing and matching. fashion is brand. although brand really matters here, few people can only afford that. so, instead of getting a designer piece that cost too much, people would settle for something less but is as stylish. there's really nothing wrong with that. i, myself can't afford one. it's being more realistic.

i guess, fashion is not about the price of what you have. it is more of a statement that you create when you wear what you have. it has always been a challenge for me to make my statement acceptable to many, for them to like it and make them jealous and green with envy. and also make them say WOW! how a little amount could work wonders...

it's not the label... nor the price... it's the guts, honey. and i've got plenty.