in my car this evening, i was driving in the country and saw something breathtaking, but sad. the sun was setting, golden red sky against cornfields. i saw two young people, probably late teens at the end of a long drive way. the young man was sitting on a boulder, holding his mouth, looking at the ground. the young woman seemed to raise her voice at him, and then he hung his head a bit more, and started to sob. his shoulder shook a little. the young woman walked back down the driveway.
i was going so fast, and really had no place to stop and barge into such a private moment even if i wanted to do. i felt badly for the young man - remembering being heartsick over the crumbling relationship of my first love. thought of my teenage younger brother, and the ones that will make him cry. i wished the sobbing young man well from a far.
I have a really diverse music taste, but mostly like metal, heavy metal, various rock, electro, but a lot of music catches my attention. For example, I like the Karin Dreijer Andersson song someone posted. I really like her voice. She reminds me of Bjork.
But now I will share a song from the band Scarling:
"I have damaged my intellect trying to imagine why a man should want to invent a repeating clock, and how another man could be found to lust after it and buy it. The man who can guess these riddles is far on the way to guess why the human race was invented--which is another riddle which tires me."