Wednesday, March 24, 2010


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.
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

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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