"What was the name of that girl we were keen on? Lived on St John Street. Wendy, was it?"
“Susan. She preferred Susan.”
be careful of the curse that falls on young lovers
starts so soft and sweet and turns them to hunters
In his despair, he did nothing - absolutely nothing.
Two months later he learned that he had failed Greats; and, although the news was no surprise, he departed from Oxford a withdrawn and silent young man, bitterly belittled, yet not completely broken in spirit.» Colin Dexter, The Riddle of the Third Mile
the strings that tie to you - a morse/susan fanmix → [ listen ]01. tash parker - understand | 02. trading yesterday - she is the sunlight | 03. jon brion - the strings that tie to you | 04. matthew puckett - goodbye | 05. greg laswell - comes and goes (in waves) | 06.royal wood - waiting | 07. a fine frenzy - ashes and wine | 08. rubyhorse - she brings me only sorrow | 09. peter salett - am i still in love with you | 10.vertical horizon - won’t go away | 11. anna ternheim - no, i don’t remember | 12.jude cole - more than a breakup song | 13. seth lakeman - farewell my love | 14. the leisure society - the last of the melting snow | 15. rilo kiley - hail to whatever you found in the sunlight | 16. iron & wine - the trapeze swinger
I’m very interested in what people present and what they actually feel, and how that can make you terribly unhappy. That’s what a lot of great drama is made of: whether it’s a conflict between two people or a conflict within one person or both at the same time.