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[Nov. 7th, 2006|12:50 am]
Julia Seashell-eyes
[I am |quiet]
[I hear |Fischerspooner - Never WIn]

the question of the day is:
is the act of forgetting a moral judgment of sorts?

The rest of the day is filled up with oppressive rain. I love the rain, but this isn't Oregon rain. Someone told me it was a leftover monsoon from across the Pacific. I believe it...it is so warm.

Yesterday, Norah and I went to Bagby and soaked in the rain in the forest. I love it there. When I come back, I can always feel the electricity of the lights.

It seems like there should be far more to say. I want to write a poem. I started to write one earlier. I called it Small Town Murders, because I can't stop thinking tonight about all the people who died. Like Lacey. I don't know if it's macabre autumn thoughts, or just how I spread my traumas out across decades and never really freak out. I don't remember being so angry about it then. It just seemed like part of life, which I suppose it is. I can't imagine how different you'd have to think and feel from the way I do to strangle a twelve year old girl under a bridge.

Life is really good. I feel lucky a lot.

[User Picture]From: churlish
2006-11-15 11:12 pm (UTC)
I don't know if that happened during the 18 months I was away, or what. But I still have a sense of "wait...what?!?" whenever she's mentioned.
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