Thursday, June 23, 2005

Let me not

The moon followed me home today, 'round the many streets and bends we drove by, it stood not changing. It was a strange beige-brown colour. And I saw the man in the moon. Don't know why, but it reminded me of this: Let me not to the marriage of true minds Admit impediments. Love is not love Which alters when it alteration finds, Or bends with the remover to remove: O no! it is an ever-fixed mark That looks on tempests and is never shaken. Shakespeare, first half of Sonnet 116 1. Have an exam in a couple of days, haven't started studying. 2. Rush of summer weddings knocks me off my feet. 3. I haven't bounced my bouncy ball since the day before yesterday. 4. Starting work as camp counsellor next week. 5. I haven't felt like using the sheep emoticon on MSN lately. End. I guess.

11 comments:

brotherhood said...

salaam :D i can bounce the ball for u and use the sheep emoticon for u :p

Asmaa said...

Nobody touches my bouncy ball. understand?

brotherhood said...

not even spongebob? :p

Asmaa said...

He's not real! freak...

Modest Hijabi said...

Cant waiit to see you this Sunday.
:)

Modest Hijabi said...

Cant waiit to see you this Sunday.
:)

brotherhood said...

thats not fair :o
.. ok it is :look:

sara said...

Okay. That sonnet totally reminds me of Kate Winslet and Willoughby and Alan Rickman.

If you don't know what movie I'm refering to, you are a lamer.

Asmaa said...

Sara,
How can you even think that I don't remember?! Sense and Sensibility. Alan Rickman is so cool. haha. I watch that movie every once in a while - which reminds me, I haven't watched it for, like, 6 months. OMG I need to go watch it.

Modest Hijabi,
Yay, fun fun fun. ;)

sara said...

Alan Rickman is sooo great (and attractive for an old man).

ابدلرحیم said...

Salaam Aleikum wr wb,
We learned that sonnet in English class (well we didn't memorize it but we analyzed it). It's beautiful. May Allah bless us all with a nikkah filled with love and respect. Ameen.
Khuda Hafiz