Sunday, April 24, 2011

i hate the question 'where do you want to go?'

i dont want to go anywhere, i want to be somewhere. i want to be in bed. or somewhere having fun. i want to know what fun feels like. i was out last night, for the first time in so long. out to be out, not to see a band or play, just to be out and hang around with friends. i think i was having a good time, but now i dont know if it was real or not, i feel hollow.

or maybe i want to be here


maybe i need to go there to know where i need to be


  1. Anonymous11:07 am

    i think sometimes the problem is the actual overanalyising of happiness. i dont know where that place is but obviously its the person or people in that place that you think may give you happiness.i think it can be everywhere and no where all at the same time. feeling alone is not an exclusive club. we are all members (and more often than you think). in short if you think you had fun when you went out then you probably did. if what you did to have that fun made you feel "not quite right" then there are other ways to have mum

  2. Anonymous11:20 am

    The more I learn to like myself, the less I look elsewhere for happiness (and the happier I make others).

    Many of us look for happiness the same way we look for our car keys until we "get it" and realise we have the whole happiness thing inside out.

  3. Anonymous8:52 am

    Getting busy and getting fit, the two things that have helped me most with the happiness thing. When I'm too busy to analyse whether I'm happy then I probably am.

  4. Anonymous2:22 pm

    It's hard... in a way I understand these comments, in a way I think it's so natural to want to be loved by somebody... Lucky person who will win your heart x