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Tuesday, April 24, 2018

SOLITUDE


Those who love
fiercely and
strongly
often find themselves
wrongly 
wronged
or so it may seem
as opposed to those who
settle
for what presents itself
as a long-term solution
to solitude
which one who loves 
fiercely
eventually learns
is the long-term solution 
to 
two 
(many) wrongs
not making a right 

32 comments:

  1. ... which brings us back to the original question of what is normal ... anyway ... Love, cat.

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    1. I'm setting myself as the new norm/so you'd better conform

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    2. ... and she will b loved ... Love, cat,

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    3. That should be in a song--lol

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  2. Been there, done that. Thanks, Sanaa!

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  3. Nice. Luv the use of homophones to add interest and humor

    Much🌼love

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  4. yes, indeed, and which comes first, the chicken, or the egg - please, if you would, sir, of the new norm, would you clarify and demystify this question, for as simple as it is? Lest I continue to get all misty-eyed and die at the rocks at your feet, as you stand poised with scalpel over skin.

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    1. How sensually poetic of you! The answer is neither, for time is an illusion.

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    2. (slapping my forehead) - of course, the answer is right before my eyes, but I was too blind to see -

      do forgive me for I have only recently allowed for solitude to be my soul's companion, so it is I am enraptured with myself .... illusions and delusions included in the price -

      LOL -

      thanks - and I hope you have a most excellent mid-week on to the Friday/weekend crawl.

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    3. I totally understand how you'd be all wrapped up in yourself at this point...especially amidst those tangled bed sheets in the morning. I'm forming a club for people who enjoy solitude...but we don't get together that often.

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    4. seems to sound right - all we have to do is send up smoke signals from time to time ... that might work

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    5. Will give it a try. Last time I burned up my blanket.

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  5. To true, I love my solitude for all those reasons :-)

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  6. Oh, a one-sentence poem! (I have a passion for them.) And a nicely turned verse it is.

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    1. Sometimes you just have to spit it out that way--lol

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    1. Those who can appreciate solitude will know.

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  8. well
    a lot settle for
    mr wrong
    instead of
    mr no one
    mr not quite right
    is probably the best option
    as mr right does not exist:)

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    1. You hit that one on the head. It only hurts for a little while.

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  9. A convoluted appraisal of this conundrum of making love stay.

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    1. If anyone asks me what it's about...I'll tell 'em that!

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  10. Sometimes settling can make one realize how precious solitude can be.

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    1. When it disappears from your life, eh?

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  11. Thus, To... Two, Too.

    Two sit alone
    counting Too many wrongs
    To shorten time

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    1. When you lose count, that's the time to locate the nearest exit :)

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