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remnant 29: want

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From Stranger than Fiction

Harold Crick: Miss Pascal, I’ve been odd, and I, I know I’ve been odd, and… I want you.
Ana Pascal: What?
Harold Crick: There, there are many reasons, there are so many influences in my life,
that are telling me, at times, quite literally, that I should come
here and bring you these, but I’m doing this because I want you.
Ana Pascal: You want me?
Harold Crick: In no uncertain terms.
Harold Crick: Because I want you.

Mexico, CAKE

I had a match
But she had a lighter
I had a flame
But she had a fire
I was bright
But she was much brighter
I was high
But she was the sky

Oh baby
I was bound for Mexico
Oh baby
I was bound to let you go

I don’t know much about Cinco de Mayo
I’m never sure what it’s all about
But I say I want you
And you don’t believe me
You say you want me
But I’ve got my doubts

Oh baby
I was bound for Mexico
Oh baby
I was bound to let you go

I had a match
But she had a lighter
I had a flame
But she had a fire
I was bright
But she was much brighter
I was high
But she was the sky

Oh baby
I was bound for Mexico
Oh baby
I was bound to let you go

(All right)

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a poem on being desired, being desirable

somebody’s somebody who matters (the art of wanting)

Written by plthomasedd

August 6, 2013 at 11:58 am

Posted in remnant 29

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