Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Abandon

abandon |əˈbandən|
verb [ trans. ]
1 give up completely (a course of action, a practice, or a way of thinking) : he had clearly abandoned all pretense of trying to succeed. See note at relinquish .
• discontinue (a scheduled event) before completion : against the background of perceived threats, the tour was abandoned.
2 cease to support or look after (someone); desert : her natural mother had abandoned her at an early age.
• leave (a place, typically a building) empty or uninhabited, without intending to return : derelict houses were abandoned.
• leave (something, typically a vehicle or a vessel) decisively, esp. as an act of survival : he abandoned his vehicle and tried to flee on foot.
• ( abandon someone/something to) condemn someone or something to (a specified fate) by ceasing to take an interest in or look after them : it was an attempt to persuade businesses not to abandon the area to inner-city deprivation.
3 ( abandon oneself to) allow onself to indulge in (a desire or impulse) : abandoning herself to moony fantasies.
noun
complete lack of inhibition or restraint : she sings and sways with total abandon.

Abandon + me = a dream.

I dream that I could abandon my commitments
leave my fear on the side of the road
forget time.

Abandon desires, dreams, and delusions
wish I could loose myself from me.

There is a continuance of history
a cyclical wearing down
freedom!

To worship with abandon is beautiful
To give freely and full of Joy is gorgeous

To live in an abandonment of all calling
is coping
it is a copping...out

Abandon is both good, bad, and blah...

Abandon + me = a dream.

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