Briefly… I Think It’s Gonna Rain Today

copyright - Indira by way of Scott Vanatter

copyright – Indira by way of Scott Vanatter

Think I’m gonna throw up…

WHAT???

I think I’m gonna…

Well, don’t do it HERE!

Then pull over.

I can’t! We’re gridlocked in traffic. Just open the door. No one will notice…

Better?

Yeah.

What happened? You’re not drunk already, are you?

No, just nervous.

Listen, understanding it’s your wedding, this sort of thing does happen almost every day.

But not to ME!

OK honey, I know. But when two men love each other like you and Dave do, well, it’s just natural, you know?

I know.

It’ll be all right darling. No rain today, OK?

OK dad. No rain today.

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Even in the worst of times, Love prevails. This is a very special mash-up for me, between 100 Word Song and Friday Fictioneers – along with inspiration from k~ over at Bloggit Write – in celebration of the death of DOMA. In celebration of the victory of Love.

Mind you, I’m none to sure why gay folk would want to get married. But in a growing number of states waking up to the truth, they at least now the right to make the same mistake as the rest of us; and the right to make mistakes is a beautiful thing…

This week’s song was chosen by some crazy Darin fan (I know, they’re ALL crazy!): “I Think It’s Gonna Rain Today” by Robert Walden Cassotto

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responsibility of change

Much like Alex states, this is “beautiful on multiple levels.” And painful. And true. It’s time. Time for “us to change us.”

Silence

Bless the day when this is no longer required.

Click to find out more and to do your part.

Hey you Jesus people, it’s time to start practicing what the Man actually preached.

Hey you “H8ters,” it’s time to start looking inward instead of out, and dealing with the real problem at hand.

Hey you bullies, it’s time to realize that it takes a Real Man to not beat the crap out of anything he’s frightened by or doesn’t understand.

It takes a Real Man to love.

Hey you scared parents, it’s time to start loving your children for who they are, instead of for what.

Hey you G.S.A. students, God bless you. God bless every last one of you.

Hey you sitting there, adding nothing to the problem – but nothing to the solution either – it’s time to take a stand.

And it’s time today.