first time in a while that i haven’t been bored first time in a while i’ve been able to record in bated breath i would open up the door when you were cold i made sure you were alive
first time in a while that i haven’t been online first time in a while i took you by surprise you took in all of it that’s what i like there’s a person i forgot about it happens all the time
can you feel it deeper wrapped around your spine to you then back to me there’s a secret we both keep i was passionately on about it know that you won’t leave you are you and i am me 2017…
i feel somehow i’m connected i feel you for real and how you’re so selective baby don’t push away i said from the beginning if i knock real slow will you answer no
i feel there’s a separation i’m not who i was in 2011 but i stay attuned to what you’re really after does your heart beat slow when i call you no…
thought it’d be cool if we didn’t have to all the time didn’t know what i would be missing there’s a lot to take in i lost track of time thought i could fix it i was mistaken and now you always have me looking at your back so far behind i know there’s a thing that we’ve never done i know we should talk but i’m so tired
have you ever seen me as a god ripped jeans when i’m at the mall i dream and it comes to me then wake and nothing at all i dream of a cemetery back to you and my heart beats on and off i’m checking in for my sake and i i really want to talk so just help me
baby i’m on your bad side but i’ve got ideas for changing your mind
physically i’m reaching out to you and all the time she says she’s forsaken maybe she is but then so am i
you’re a young light sleeper on the edge of the bed and i’m so sedated that i sleep through the night do you remember in the pool body’s crashing into you realities a secret and i i really want to talk but i’m so alone
baby i’m on your bad side…
when will it end
and i can’t get an answer when i’m high at the mixer i found what i’m good at it’s you and i’m on that no girl i’m a live wire what’s death but an option what’s love separation 2011 wicca phase springs eternal…
and you like the pull from the back you like to be on the attack… you liked my songs in the past you used to like when i talked to you bad
when will it end… when will it end… know i’ll always get back to you but i’m so sick of that attitude i don’t need anymore when will it end… can i want my baby and have her too i’m sick of that attitude
i reach out to you in song
i feel my hands numb what’s the point of beds if you destroy all of them seven gang seven marks you left on my skin i’ve got a friend but a friend is all that she is she has her secrets and i’ve mine we’re matched up when it comes to lies let me in let me off when i’ve reddened eyes don’t be surprised it’s not on you it’s on i and i and i would laugh at all of it if i was sure it wasn’t mine something will break just not my heart and just not tonight she has her secrets…
and i can’t even feel any love anymore
she has control now passing on i reach out to you in song…
i need a place i can rest
i was in the back counting up for baby because i really want a house for vacation baby and i really want to show you i’m forever lately seven pisces gang pull up black mercedes and i pull up touching death like nobody save me i’ve been eyeing up the knife bc it wanna take me if i’m a bad man then you’re like half that @kournikovax on the instagram…
oh woman i can hardly call you mine when i know that you’ve been lying when the back of your hands gets to covering your eyes and the sun goes down on a cemetery night automatic silhouette signed “i know you’re mine” i remember feeling like you’re always on mind all i want is something that i can’t explain… it’s for you to text me right back…
i need a place i can rest stab me in the chest and the neck i used to feel violently alone now i’m trying to make it like then
from the flights and the shows when i travel by myself and the shows are always tight but my heart is such a mess i never said you were really falling for my live now i step back GUCCI in all black i was in the back counting up for baby because i really want a house for vacation baby and i really want to show you i’m forever lately pull up black mercedes
i need a place i can rest from the clubs and the shows and relationship stress… tell me can you unbreak my back tell me where the real love is at…
and i found my way back home… when i call you don’t answer that… it’s the same as it always is… i need a place i can rest
The good news: Blue Exorcist just started a second anime season!
The bad news: If you only watched the first season, everything is weird! The first season diverged from the manga and made its own ending, but the second season goes back and follows the manga instead. It’s a retelling instead of a continuation–but there’s like no recap in the first episode. What do?
It wasn’t a very clean break when the manga and 2011 anime branched off from each other. A lot of manga scenes were actually kept, but rewritten to fit the new direction that the anime was going in. This means you can almost watch the first season episodes 1-17, then treat the first season 2 episode like episode 18, but not quite. There’ll be sneaky changes.
Here is a summary of the changes, if you want to try doing an all-anime rewatch to prepare for season 2. I don’t know how much of the manga will be animated in flashbacks, so there may be a couple spoilers for the new anime.
Big words happened in both the manga and the anime
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The Hidden Geometry of Flowers - Living Rhythms, Form and Number
Keith Critchlow, 2011
This book like the flowers themselves speaks primarily in the language of images. It also follows a four-layered structure. These can be called points of view. The first looks into the tangible structure of flowers, the second takes account of the social value flowers have for us. The third concerns the symbolic or cultural use of flowers. The fourth celebrates the inspirational effect flowers have on us. All four are integral as well as existing within their own separate contexts.