there’s a bluebird in my heart that wants to get out but I’m too tough for him, I say, stay in there, I’m not going to let anybody see you. there’s a bluebird in my heart that wants to get out but I pour whiskey on him and inhale cigarette smoke and the whores and the bartenders and the grocery clerks never know that he’s in there.
there’s a bluebird in my heart that wants to get out but I’m too tough for him, I say, stay down, do you want to mess me up? you want to screw up the works? you want to blow my book sales in Europe? there’s a bluebird in my heart that wants to get out but I’m too clever, I only let him out at night sometimes when everybody’s asleep. I say, I know that you’re there, so don’t be sad. then I put him back, but he’s singing a little in there, I haven’t quite let him die and we sleep together like that with our secret pact and it’s nice enough to make a man weep, but I don’t weep, do you?
I’m actually not entirely sure… I downloaded some horoscope app for my phone and it was one of the options so I typed in my birthday and it showed me what I was.
I looked it up though, it says:
“The Druids horoscope, sometimes also called Gallic, is more than 2000 years old.
People does not know much of the Druids itself. In ancient Gaul, Ireland and Britain they were a closed caste of priests — the successors of traditional beliefs and rites of Celts. Those legends and traditions were handed over from mouth to mouth for a long time and as such are mostly lost now.
The higher class of of Druids were priests having a reputation of a sorcerer. They determined a calendar with days which are happy for tribes, and they were honoured as keepers of the past and foretellers of future.
Druids attached a great importance to a forest, trees, amongst of which they had to live. This is obviously the basis for relation of human nature to trees, which relation was established by the Druids. They claim that each human, so as a tree, has its own certain traits, merits and imperfections. Each one requires a certain conditions for living.”
The hardy and flexible Willow bends without breaking. Its supple beauty is graceful and calming. Yet it is not Willows’ looks that attract people; it is Willows’ unique singularity that makes this sign stand out. Willow people are full of mystery and inexplicable charm, and that is the main reason why they are always surrounded by admirers.
The Willow Tree is usually associated with water, as it is often found in watery environments. Those creatures that typically surround water are thought to be more spiritually and psychically connected, and so many of the people born under this sign are highly intuitive, and they follow their intuition more than they would follow logic. The Willow Tree is a powerful sign, despite its fragile appearance.
Willows are highly emotional and very responsive to physical sensations; they are very sensually oriented. They enjoy bathing in the sun, basking in the cool water, and inhaling exotic aromas. Willow Tree people are more inclined to trust their feelings than their logic. Although they seem to be gentle and defenseless, in reality they are tough and determined people. It may not always be obvious, but Willows are almost always pursuing a goal, which they tend to keep top-of-mind.
Willow people are quite reserved; they don’t like to order others around. At the same time, they can lose their tact unexpectedly and may say something they will regret later. Remaining Willows’ friend is not an easy task. Willows don’t accept compromises and never change their habits; even for the people they love the most.
When it comes to asking for help Willows can be very persistent and straightforward; but as soon as their problem gets resolved, Willows would go right back into their dream state of mind. They will keep emotional distance with others as long as they are not in need. It may be very tempting to reach out and help a weak and dependent Willow; but it may turn out that Willow is only putting on a game. People of this sign are usually capable of dealing with their own problems, but what for? There are plenty of people willing to resolve Willow’s issues!
Willows despise dull, everyday feelings. They tend to blow things out of proportion; they tend to exaggerate every single emotion. Even if they don’t admit it, Willow people are masochists. They yearn for heartache; they feed off the suffering; they thrive in separation. They would do anything to feel more alive.