A group of girls always exist, they never compromise and always use their own way to fight with the
situations that the world gives them.
Other people may use words like weird, crazy, and isolated to describe them.
In a very practical and insensitive person's eyes, how bad those girls would be?
But I always have a deep respect and likeness towards girls like this.
I love the girls with unique and different ideas.
Brushing shoulders and maintaining special eye contact reach deep in my heart.
How much courage do you need to live against the human tide?
Their facial expressions blurred, their smiles are pale under the bright sunshine. Extreme. chilly. Proud.
I hate artifical personanities, noise, huddeling together, gossip, and love of the huge ostentatious world.
How hard will it be to find a special soul among numerous vulgar people?
I used to read Pu Shu's lyrics aloud when I was younger.
A song called "mom and I" really impressed me.
I held the white paper with black ink under the dim light and read the lyrics, slowly.
"I dont know why to stay, I dont know what to miss. I dont know what to do here but getting old. I drank
so much last night, I heard my life burning. What can I do in this world? I asked myself, what can I do?"
"Mom I feel sick, in their world, life is about rules. It makes me unhappy.
Mom, you gave me life. But I messed it up.
They take a bus everyday between work place and home.
They care about food and wages. The truth is,are they all crazy or am I?"
"But mom you know I am a piece of gold, gold will illuminate someday, sooner or later..."
His songs were my compaions during my teen years.
About escape, hysteria, smile with tears, anxious, terrified, illusions, falling down, hurt, clean, simpler than a child.
Break the wings, and then fly again.
No matter what situation I am in, his songs are always with me.
He sang, "Susan had a pair of magical dacing shoes that can take her away form the tiring world.
He sang, "see I came for you, regardless of everything."
He sang, "we passed through a lady's warmth and tears, passed through the endless loneliness, sadness and happiness."