Long Day

Such a long day
Cloudy gray sky
Going thought my life collections
Memories of forgotten moments

Listening to a soft music
Knowing it is all over
Do not have any desire
Do not have any dream

Just waiting for the time to come
Do not to give any promise
Do not want to collect any more
Just listen to music
Knowing it is all over for me

Getting ready to get old
Review my memories
Black and white
Or the one full of color
I have enough to last me




Tick tak tock



Tick tack tick tack

I was thinking
About east and west
Where we meet away from crowds
Within the crowds

We discovered Joy to the nth degree
Falling in love over and over
Listening to waves
Walking in the cold raining streets

Listening to each other
Not asking questions
Knowing the journey has just began
Touching each other
Tasting each other

Ya ya ya ya

I discover color
I watch the little rose blossomed
I hear the cry of joy
Saying ya oh ya
I saw your body fly in the air
I merged with you in the cloud

We gone through dark moments
Laying down in front of thousand windows
Alone together
In the darkness of the night
Driving toward east
with eyes full of tears

We have gone through bliss
When you Asked me to ascend to the seventh sky
Trying to help me
To understand the fulfillment of joy
With your eyes half closed

Ya ya ya ya

We have walked half drunk
Chasing to find the black toy yomy
To accompany you in lonely nights
We have walked in an old forest
Listen to the distant birds

We have discover ultimate joy
In a parked car
Surround by trees
When you realized I can reach
The hidden spots without any hesitation

Ya ya ya ya

We encountered difficult times
When you asked me “do not force”
Or I said “I do not know”
But like two butterflies searching
For the taste of honey
We traveled back together
Over and over

When you ask me about falling in love
You know, I am an old man
Seen the world with back and white glasses
Felt lonely and lost
Until I found you
Beautiful and charming
Full of color of joy

You always
Asking questions
Wanting to know
Persuading the change to come
Making sure that Prime colors rules

Here I am sitting
Thinking about you
With you
Standing there at the corner
Fixing the music
Giving me the gift of love
So beautiful
So perfect

Just thinking to rewind the time
Go back to the room with you
Watch you walk
Watch you sleep
Watch you smile
With moon climbing
Each wooden curtain
One by one

Or rewind time to future
Drive to that glass tower
Take you from that cold parking
Without getting lost

Take you to an empty room
To fill it with your smell and color
And merge with you
For hours and hours
With knowing how times fly

You know you are beautiful
You know I just want to watch you
And I do not listen to what you say
Just want to be near you
With you in my arms

As angus says
Can I be with you
Can I take you home
Can I keep your love forever

Can I take you home
We can go as far as we go
Sit up there and watch stars
Specially the southern cross
In your beautiful eyes

You know
Now listening to crazy bear
And see you dancing
Your hair moves left and right
Your hand paints the air with color
And I want you more










Stages of Life


The stages of relationship can be defined as:

Stage 1: Acquaintanceship
Stage 2: Companionship
Stage 3: Friendship
Stage 4: Intimate Friendship
Stage 5: Sensual Friendship
Stage 6: Sexual/Creative Lovers
Stage 7: Spiritual Life Partners


Stage 1: Acquaintanceship –

The stage of acquaintanceship allows us to recognize that each person we meet is a gift from the universe.  We see each person as a jewel to be appreciated without thought of whether they would be useful to us, or if they are marriage material, or might be good in bed.  Instead of screening out everyone except those few we think have “potential,” we take in everyone we meet.
Acquaintanceship acknowledges and enjoys each person simply because they are a fellow human being.
Imagine you were stranded on a desert island and hadn’t seen a human being in twenty years. Then all of a sudden you see footprints in the sand, and then a real, live person. Think how you would feel to meet their acquaintance. Imagine living your life that way now.


Stage 2: Companionship –

The stage of companionship is to do what you love to do in the presence of other human beings. Clients often tell me they go to places to meet people.  Yet when I ask them if they enjoy the places they go and things they do, they acknowledge that they don’t. “I hate going to bars,” one woman told me, “but that’s where I have to go to meet people.”
If you want to see someone who truly understands companionship, watch a three year old playing in the sandbox with other children.  S/he is ecstatic to be alive, to be playing in the sand, and to be with other children having fun together. Take one child out and replace him with another and that’s fine.

When we fully engage the stage of companionship we are fully present in the moment, enjoying doing what we love surrounded by others who are doing the same. In the stage of companionship who we are with is less important than abandoning oneself to the joy of doing.


Stage 3: Friendship –

This stage of friendship combines being and doing.  It is an interaction between two people who want to practice being themselves by doing things together with a partner.  Where companionship can be done with a number of partners, the stage of friendship comes in pairs. It taps the “power of two.”
We often think of friendship as a process of doing for the other person or having them do for us.  It is really a process of getting to know another person and caring about what they are feeling. In friendship we draw each other out. We care about who they are and how they are feeling and share more and more about who we are and what emotions are present in us.


Stage 4: Intimate Friendship –

The stage of intimate friendship involves exploring the underworld.  We begin to recognize in the other things about ourselves we don’t recognize or don’t like. We may be drawn to another’s warmth and ease, thinking we are more stiff and awkward. In truth we often see in the other qualities that are there in us, but haven’t been developed. We also begin to see things about the other person we don’t like, which are often qualities that we don’t like in ourselves.

This can be a time of deep connection. It can also feel very uncomfortable. Many people bale out at this stage. I encourage people to hang in there and go deeper. The stage of intimate friendship holds up a mirror to each other showing us what has been hidden and forbidden.
The stage of intimate friendship allows us to reclaim lost parts of ourselves – to re-own our rage, terror, guilt, shame and also to reclaim our ability to appreciate, accept, nurture, and love ourselves. Intimate friendship is about learning to love and accept the “unacceptable” in ourselves and in the other person.


Stage 5: Sensual Friendship –

The stage of sensual friendship involves touching.  Most of us are touch starved.  We never got enough touching as infants, children, adolescents, and adults.  Many of us rush into sex looking for the skin contact we never got.

Sensual friendship is not a prelude to sex.  It is its own dance.  In it we relearn to hold hands and rekindle the heat of touching someone we have gotten to know.  We caress hair, shoulders, legs, buttocks, knees and toes.
To learn sensual friendship we have to practice touching ourselves.  Most of us rarely touch ourselves except when we are being sexual or when we are checking out our flaws.
In the stage of sensual friendship we touch ourselves and our partner simply for the pleasure that we receive and give.


Stage 6: Sexual/Creative Lovers –

The stage of sexual/creative lovers recognizes that the purpose of sex is pleasure, creation and bonding.  As we have done with so much else in modern society, we often distill the process of sexuality and seek only the momentary pleasure.
For two million years of human history we sought out sexual partners for pleasure, but also to create children and develop the bond necessary to nurture and raise the children.

Those needs have not changed.  Though we may not wish to create children each time we make love, the stage of sexual/creative lovers recognizes that creation is always involved in lovemaking.  Each act of love creates a bond with our partner and has the potential to create new life – whether the life is child, a poem, a dance, or an affirmation of the rebirth of the spirit.
The dance of sexual/creative lovers continually renews our commitment to life.


Stage 7: Spiritual Life Partners –

The stage of spiritual life partners recognizes that we cannot truly commit to be with a partner for the rest of our lives until we have gone through the other stages.  It knows that the goal of spiritual life partnership is not happiness, but the spiritual development of each of the partners and the growth of the partnership itself.

In this stage we develop the comfort and security of knowing that the partnership is being held in the embrace of a spiritual presence that teaches each partner how to express and receive ever deeper experiences of joy and ecstasy.

Read more at http://www.beliefnet.com

Can I



Yeah I can imagine to see you there
Imagining how you are sitting at your chair
Looking all pretty when you brushed your hair

Yeah I like it when you smile
Won’t you stay with me just for a little while?
Can I take you to our park?
Can I take you to our park?

We can go anywhere you wanna go
Can I take you high
To the mountain sky?

We can go as far as you wanna go
Ya ya ya ya ya
Ya ya ya ya ya
Sitting here now beneath them stars
Makes me wanna take them wings to my arms
She’s got this way, she’s got this way
Of wrapping her little heart around mine
Can I take you somewhere to be alone?
Can I take you somewhere to be alone?
We can go anywhere you wanna go
Can I take you high
To the mountain sky?
We can ..



We’re living in the wonderful world
Up there in California
Driving in a rented car

And discussing the cases that might help
I want to be wherever you are
And we’re sitting in that room
And you spoke in Japanese
Singing words, “You don’t understand”
Want to understand the yellow tabs
On the old TV
Want to please you
You want to please me


Don’t take my word for it
Just look at me to know that I love you
Don’t take my word for it
Just look at me to know that I do
Look at me to know that it’s true


Based on
Songwriters: Angie Stone