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by Christopher Mudiappahpillai

I have been awake for around twenty-three hours. I should feel very tired, but I’m not. Instead, I’ve reached that point where everything congeals in to one big blur and the only thing you know about what you’re doing is the fact that you’re doing it.

Today I realised that I like contractions. As in words like “can’t” and “don’t”. Although they are not considered correct for formal situations, I think the way a letter or two can be replaced with an apostrophe to be quite elegant. Please don’t ask me to explain. Along the same lines, I have to admit that I also like semi-colons. I find them to be elegant also; such an efficiently beautiful way to link two thoughts. Please excuse me if you find what I just said a little strange.

I guess I really shouldn’t be posting things in such a sleep deprived state. Anyway, here’s a favourite song of mine:


Annie’s Song

John Denver

You fill up my senses

Like a night in a forest

Like the mountains in springtime

Like a walk in the rain

Like a storm in the desert

Like a sleepy blue ocean

You fill up my senses

Come fill me again

Come let me love you

Let me give my life to you

Let me drown in your laughter

Let me die in your arms

Let me lay down beside you

Let me always be with you

Come let me love you

Come love me again

You fill up my senses

Like a night in a forest

Like the mountains in springtime

Like a walk in the rain

Like a storm in the desert

Like a sleepy blue ocean

You fill up my senses

Come fill me again

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