Idiosyncratic Dialogue


The middle
of the conversation
isn’t exactly
an opportune moment
to commence an intertwined
story of secret details.
It’s impossible
for a tale
to commence
with the lack of a start
and finale.

Eventually
all stories unfold
as they are either

meant to be
or
forced to.

What really irritates
me, when a painful conversation
has occurred that’s violently
terminated. Where an individual
is unable to go and speak
with the original person
with regards

to the verity of the content
actually on their mind.
A consistent trail
of thought yearns
to proceed
with the phrase

“and
another
     thing.”

Numerous times,
I’ve wanted to repeat
that, especially
right after an idiotic moron
offered an incorrect
opinion on why my anger
was fuelled
in the first
place.

Inspired By Anna Mazzotta, And Another Thing  

Comments

  1. This is so true. Just yesterday I said something to a friend on the phone (without forethought) blurted “And I don’t want to go into a big deep conversation”. Truly I’ve NEVER said this before but was so physically tired, I didn’t want or even feel I could adequately speak an intentioned cognitive argument for wherever the conversation may lead. Us why I said it. Much later yesterday evening was talking with the same friend and because she is a good friend that we share openly, she expressed how I made her feel. In my fatigue I thought only of myself. Never even considered my friend. I know we are human. But I think most of do not ever even try to consider possibilities. This is a great write Rania and I love it. 😎😎😎😎😎♥️πŸ‘ŒπŸΌπŸ–‹πŸ”₯

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    1. Thank you so much Denise! Exhaustion can devastate our sense of humour in a myriad of different ways. Perspective is good -- I'm glad it was resolved and thank you so much for commenting and sharing your thoughts! <3

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