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No Matter

Author: Perpetualdreamz
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No Matter

I realized that...
No matter how much I think about you, it won't make you come back
No matter how much I sleep, it won't make the time pass faster
No matter how much I want to be held, it won't make you come and hold me

Submitted on 2006-10-04 23:02:53     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  Ah this seemed a bit tricky. I must admit, when I first saw it, I was a bit skeptical because I observed the repetition...but then I began to realize something myself...I saw somewhat of a thread that tied into all this as though it were a necklace...

The "think about you", in my opinion, can mean something deeper than the "think" but it may have actually grown into your mind like a seed causing you to possibly dream... I observed this because of the fact that
"No matter how much I sleep, it won't make the time pass faster"

Since the "how much to think" and "how much I sleep" can be during the same timing of this realization. So of course time isn't passing by faster since this repetetive thought of wanting him to come back is taking over your mind with worry. And the last line ties both together:

"No matter how much I want to be held, it won't make you come and hold me"

Having the keywords "I want" as I said your thoughts of wanting. You want to be held...touched..awoken inside from this dreadful sleep that's conquering your mind. You want to be taken away from the moment-the present- and into a better place. You want time to go faster to see a better result...but the irony:

"No matter" written thrice is somewhat an eternal script. The "matter" of now and tomorrow, whether time is slow or fast, will not permit your wantings to come to an awakening, and that is your realization.

I hope I didn't ruin it.....Please let me in on how you were personally thinking to further my understanding for future references

Thanks again!

| Posted on 2006-10-05 00:00:00 | by darkrose16 | [ Reply to This ]

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