From the drug-abusing poems of the eighties to the alcohol-guzzling ones of the nineties. Which just goes to show: it's no use getting rid of an addiction if you don't deal with the SOURCE of the problem. The addiction is always a symptom of something deeper. So if you manage to quit one, you can be pretty sure it will resurface in a different form sooner or later.
Wouldn't it be lovely if we didn't need?
Wouldn't it be easier not to feel?
Wouldn't it be nice
to have a heart made of ice?
Then we could chip it to pieces
and put them in the kitchen sink
and our drinks would be deliciously cold
all evening long.
(written on 5/4/97 at 3.04 a.m.)
Edited 11 April 2014