相思如故,恰似流年夢

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時間匆匆,歲月輕饒,留下斑駁無數成殘,愁歎不過一紙繁華。

--題記

夜無眠,相思左顧又盼又泣,夜夜驚心提膽;歲月苦惱,幾番流年曾喋,生活不休,凋零幾許心事,提筆勾勒,那絲絲痕跡,刻畫出漂泊在宣紙題頭的歲月,無奈,卻勾勒不出那頻頻繁繁的滅蟲公司悲歡離合,累累傷痕……

淩亂的痕跡淡了些,墨跡惹恨了幾多寂寥,苦訴了筆筆清愁賦新月,不落半盞青燈入夢痕。

記憶的身影,停靠在不眠的窗前,仿似早已散去,只留下淡淡的痕跡,時間匆匆,總是在不經意間黯然試去,周圍的格局突然變得墨跡,變得陌生,你們,我們。

昨晚,月光消逝,凝望著黯然無力的燈光,那周圍的飛蛾撲竄,暫且能翩翩起舞,之後卻會上染離逝。生命的脆弱浮不起我的寂寥,時光似乎走了好久,踏著歲月的細沙去苦苦追尋那些曾經,無奈,記憶的碎片卻跌落在時光的長廊裏,刺痛了夢中的花香,隱去了故事的結尾。

定格的局面,我們忽冷忽熱、忽近忽遠。年華輕彈,漫步在時間空間的記憶裏,無奈也會被狂風卷起,不免抖落一畔柔情是水的畫卷。

恍恍惚惚坐在靜夜的陽臺上,一陣陣微風吹來,我卻覺得刺骨,寒冷入心。幾時我才不回盼,幾時才能靜心,幾時才不浮躁?漫無目的的思緒遊離在被放逐的原野,也正拉開了歲月的美白產品推介帷幕。絲絲愁意褶皺了往事的淚痕,在這個似若孤寒的夜晚,似乎,除了平添幾縷傷感之外,便再無其他了。

我從沒想過,消失的光陰會散落在風了,仿佛不能避免一切,仿似流浪歲月,與你相遇,又有幾許風雨?

你我之間,猶如曇花一現,時光短暫,留不住的美好恰是空煙,那如流水,且歌且行,切又可歌可泣,帶走了昨日蔓延滋長的浪漫,今日此時的你我,弱弱的回憶著那帶不走的那些沉澱先來的畫面了。

青絲斷弦,縷縷幾絲殘音,破鏡芳休,青墨素筆,終究繪不出那悠長的思念,望盡天涯,尋覓杳音,絲絲情愫化作點點相思淚,滴落在知音心弦。

在那段歡顏嬉戲的日子裏,恰似有了愛情的味道。是誰的思念,穿梭了時空,看著那牛郎織女,便想起了我們的故事。多少兒女情長,又有多少風華絕代,纏綿成了記憶的翡翠。

生活在這個城市裏,車水馬龍,人來人往,駐紮在我心坎的卻是人海孤雁。原以為我已走進了兩個人的世界,可那古恒裏透明的哀愁,湮滅了我的笑容,還有那似花香的夢想。打不斷的記憶,就像抽不斷的深水,縱然有死絲痕跡。

靜後一次繁榮沉淪的相遇輪回,天地萬物讓你我邂逅,不曾想,如今卻淡然如此。在這短時間裏,淩亂的思緒,縱使我怎麼整理也回不到安然。

"該懂的自然會懂,不懂的終究還是會懂;可是,無緣的始終無緣,再怎麼努力,都是自打耳光。"暗然無聲處,許你我洋洋年華,我又怎能在乎自己打自己耳光。若是無緣,那我就創造緣,若你說無份,那我願做此生癡兒,哪怕留得一世半日,我也無怨無緣。時間很善變,人有無限情感,你又怎能去踏守那份原本不改銘記的鋼具愛情?而眼晴的脈動,你又怎能無動於衷?

癡情男兒煙消盡,半世流離催言歡;可癡可恨把酒醉,浮現心中似佳人;絮絮飛雪蕊香沁,聲聲水濤醉花蔭;不禁往昔曾淚涕,夢裏浮生怨鶯啼;情到深處難自禁,百轉柔腸冷如霜;相守奈何難相望,人各物裏思斷腸;情緣難續風逐恨,來去如風夢無痕;月老難牽情侶線,紅顏難斷相思苦;本有相思絲絲意,卻把無緣絮絮咻;苦若此生把腸斷,暗月傷別把思殘;欲語幽情期如夢,生平淡淡情枉深。

致青春

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中午一點鐘醒了,感覺這一覺睡了好多天,可疲憊感多少還是有點。不知是誰打開的電視,不誇張的說,好幾個月沒看過電視了,社會與法制的節目又普及了一下。

最近的最近沒有經常去聽歌,偶爾的坐63路公交會聽到車上的歌曲,記憶最深的還是那次《最初的夢想》,經過隧道,車上突然安靜了下來,那首《最初的夢想》在穿過隧道的那一刹那伴隨著所有光線的消失猶如一股清泉流入每個人的心中。那一刻,我想了想我最初的夢想,變得遙遠而沒有了方向……

請了幾天假在家,從昨天夜裏到現在一直在下雨,躺在沙發上,CCTV《天天把歌唱》唱著巫啟賢的那首--愛那麼重。想想有過如此認真的去聽一首歌嗎,有的話也應該是那次准備去北京之前,手機裏下載了幾首歌曲:忽然之間、白天不懂夜的黑、領悟、你是我心愛的姑娘、聽海、我可以抱你嗎、我最親愛的、夜夜夜夜、怎麼唱情歌、北京北京和存在。特別是後兩首歌,我是想走在北京的某一個人潮人湧的街頭,塞上耳機,感受一下我身在北京這個城市和我當時的存在。那個時候發現,人在路上,聽什麼歌它都能唱到你靈魂的最深處。話說,一直想把那次的出遊通過文字記錄下來,作為對自己青春的紀念,卻一直沒有提起筆,或許是沒有整理好心情和那段日子的點滴,也或是心情和場合不對,我生怕筆尖滑落的東西辜負了那段說走就走的旅行,所以,一直耽擱了下來。

安靜的看了一部電影,林靜說,人一輩子就那麼長,一天沒到終點,你就一天不知道,哪個人才能陪你走到最後。有時候遇見一個人,以為就是她了,其實她也只不過是你人生中的一個過客而已。電影最後才知道,原來張開默默的愛著阮菀,一直甘願做著一個配角,看著自己喜歡的那個人幸福,可那個人終究還是沒有了幸福。

致我們終將逝去的青春,可那段青春傷害了太多的人……

Sangakkara pilots Sri Lanka to win

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Sri Lanka weathered a middle-order revival by the West Indies and held on for a 39-run victory on the Duckworth/Lewis scoring method in a rain-affected fifth match of the tri-nation Series at Queen's Park Oval on Monday embroidery badges.

Kumar Sangakkara crafted a superb, unbeaten 90 to lift the visitors to a competitive 8-219 in a match forced into the reserve day because of the elements and reduced to 41 overs-per-side.

Half-centuries by Darren Bravo (70) and Lendl Simmons (67) then threatened to take the home team to a revised target of 230 before a sense of haste in the midst of light rain and the cooler heads of the Sri Lankans saw the West Indies restricted to 9-190 in reply.

While the result pushes Sri Lanka to the top of the standings ahead of the Caribbean side by virtue of a better net run-rate, a victory for India over Angelo Mathews' team in the final preliminary match on Tuesday will result in the calculators again being deployed to determine the qualifiers for Thursday's final.

Sangakkara claimed the man of the match award for his excellent innings, but Mathews also made vital contributions with bat and ball in ensuring his side avenged the six-wicket defeat suffered at the hands of the West Indies in the opening match of the tournament in Kingston ten days earlier.

His 30 off 27 balls gave the innings important impetus towards the end and figures of four for 29, including the vital scalp of Chris Gayle at the start of the West Indies chase, proved critical in completing victory.

Gayle's demise triggered a slide with the West Indies reduced to 31 for four and seemingly out of contention wine school.

Earlier, Roach was the most successful of the West Indies bowlers with 4-27 amid Sri Lanka's late batting surge, an effort masterminded by the experienced Sangakkara.

Staying focused on the task at hand, firstly with overnight partner Lahiru Thirimanne and playing with his trademark fluency, Sangakkara stepped up a gear, displaying a sense of adventure and taking considerably more risks in capitalising on wayward and indisciplined West Indies bowling.

A total of 31 extras contributed generously towards the Sri Lankan effort, a tally that included 24 wides and three no-balls.

"We were all over the shop and you can't really set fields for bad bowling. The number of extras conceded as well was totally unacceptable," was the frank admission of stand-in West Indies captain Kieron Pollard after it was all over.

"Bravo and Simmons kept us in the game when we batted, but if we're totally honest about it, we - myself included - haven't batted well as a team in this tournament."

Sangakkara's 95-ball knock, his 76th half-century in one-day international cricket, included one six and six fours but was defined more by trademark timing, placement and a sensible appreciation of the circumstances than the hell-for-leather hitting usually associated with the final stages of a limited-over match.

"If you hang in there, it becomes much easier to score runs on a pitch like," he said.

"When batting first, it's better to absorb the pressure and then look to accelerate later. The support from the other batsmen was really important Asian college of knowledge management."
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