(not so) temporarily misplaced

lost // (lôst, lst)

Past tense and past participle of lose.
1. Unable to find one’s way: a lost child.
a. No longer in the possession, care, or control of someone or something: a lost pen.
b. No longer in existence; vanished or spent: lost youth.
c. No longer known or practiced: a lost art.
d. Beyond reach, communication, or influence: The expedition was lost to the world for two months.
3. Not used to one’s benefit or advantage: a lost opportunity.
4. Having not been or unlikely to be won; unsuccessful: a lost battle; a lost cause.
5. Beyond recovery or redemption; fallen or destroyed: a lost soul.
a. Completely involved or absorbed; rapt: lost in thought.
b. Bewildered or confused: I’m lost can you start over?
misplaced adulthood summers copy
01 bonnie prince billy – you are lost
02 yellow ostrich – lost love’s voice
03 tom waits – lost in the harbour
04 arthur russell – a little lost
05 noir desir – lost
06 the doors –  you’re lost little girl
07 the decemberists – from my own true love (lost at sea)
08 eivind aarset – lost and found
09 steve adey – the lost boat song
10 crippled black phoenix – a hymn for a lost soul
11 the third eye foundation – lost

~ από KsDms στο 5 Ιουλίου, 2009.

Ένα Σχόλιο to “(not so) temporarily misplaced”

  1. φάουλ, φάουλ, πουν’το lost από neurosis.


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