“Memories are the treasures that we keep locked deep within the storehouse of our souls, to keep our hearts warm when we are lonely.”– Becky Aligada

Crying over a Neil Diamond song

The weather hasn’t change. Still raining and it seems that it did even become worst. My best friend arrived from Manila and went straight on my room to sleep. I was wondering what was he up too lately. He’s been busy all week. He looks tired and worn out. He even ignored me when I asked him if he already had lunch.

I took his keys and went down stairs to check if he has an extra shirt in his car. To my disappoinment, his car wasn’t parked properly. I haven’t drove a car for months now, but then good thing the car was Automotic. My heart almost jumped into my ribcage when I started the engine. He left the sterio open and it was loud! I’m not sure what botton I hitted, but then a Neil Diamond Song filled the air. (CD mode)

September Morn

Stay for just a while
Stay, and let me look at you
Its been so long, I hardly knew you
Standing in the door
Stay with me a while
I only want to talk to you
Weve traveled halfway round the world
To find ourselves again

September morn
We danced until the night became a brand new day
Two lovers playing scenes from some romantic play
September morning still can make me feel this way

Look at what youve done
Why, youve become a grown-up girl
I still can hear you cryin
In the corner of your room
And look how far weve come
So far from where we used to be
But not so far that weve forgotten
How it was before

September morn
Do you remember how we danced that night away
Two lovers playing scenes from some romantic play
September morning still can make me feel this way


I used to hear this song from my dad. He hummss this song ever afternoon while he sits on a “tumba-tumba” (rocking chair). And then I remember, that on my 18th birthday this was the song where my dad and I danced together. I suddenly felt like crying and realized – I miss daddy 😦

Wish it was September…

September Morn


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