wrangled and wrinkled.
Thursday, December 10, 2009
"I don't regret nothin': After summer we sat by the pine trees. Neither of us really knew each other, and it was good. Remember when you lost all that weight? I would have taken you as you were. As you were that day by my trees. Not as you were when it came to a halt. Secretly, I knew, that he changed too for you. You lost that weight and he grew his hair. You wore tight jeans, and he grew his hair. You adored him, and he adored you and he grew his hair. So in the end, you both changed. But like I said, I would have taken you as you were. That day after summer, by the fire pit, by the pines and before you lost that weight."