Palindrome

When your expectation was to look at the other side of life the same way you thought she would be, but in every moment that you took a step forward, you became more afraid to do what your heart told you and you start putting logic to everything you do as it will keep out of trouble. 

Honestly, reviewing what you do before you are going to do it can save you a lot and keep you on your feet, if you plan to save your conscience the trouble of constantly hitting you up with a beep. 

I’d like to live the other way, where I don’t need to think twice or the above to get what I want. And as always, it leads to the most sublime satisfaction one can ask for. The truth is, we both know we love that feeling, the ‘In the Moment’ feeling as it puts us out of our immediate misery – no questions asked!

Dwelling on this, does affect your conscience if not sooner than later. Either one of them come to terms with it down the line or reiterates back to that scenario rather than ‘never ever’ mentioning it again. Here is where the problem lies. Ideally one cannot forgo the thought of spontaneous pleasure. Wouldn’t we all want that?

Terminology has let everyone down. And the fact that the attachment becomes really sticky during that period does affect the statistics of the contingencies. Which won’t be a problem if they remained as they were. Keep the line there. Keeping the erratic-ness and the flow going? Lessen the consistency as she said. 

You got this going well, don’t work on it immediately or in the ‘near future’ or ANY future at all, as it will ruin the ‘momentary flow of feelings’ as you wanted. Read into it and let it play out well, for it held more than what was perceived. Trust isn’t a questionable thing here ever. 

As is stated a word, phrase, or sequence that reads the same backward as forward:  Taco cat, madam & I did, did I? 

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