- A: What is blue?
- B: The sky.
- A: Where the sky floods through.
Such a strange and unexplainable connection emerged from a shared space and time, even when shared in silence.
How silly it must seem for you to be talking and,
Looking at me while I’m looking elsewhere,
Gazing at someone else gazing at you.
How foolish it must feel for a passerby to chance upon this absurd scene of never-meeting gazes,
Perpetually unsynchronized phases.
Parallel and non-converging worlds stuck with only linear gazes.
It’s still summer. Weather.
I have no form of cover. Equipment.
I’m not done working. Agriculture.
Not with all these people here. Society.
I don’t do this often, really. Self-conscious.
Nobody is ever fully prepared for rain.
Like a raindrop to a river, I lost a friend
What I thought was a stream is now an ocean.
Archers are the coolest.
Fire is still the best element.
You can be of utmost physical prowess and survive hunts and fights yet lack social skills and you could die anyways.
In a futuristic world where all cosmetic surgery is possible and where youth is valued, in poverty, things may revert back to when wrinkles and fat were socially desired because it meant you had longevity and enough to eat.
Human nature may not change much in the future.
Shakepeare is still an inspiration for romance.
Plot-driven stories are always adventurous and well-received.
Deus ex machina everything.
I have a high chance of liking the second and third book in the series because I see a more prominent ‘psychological’ theme looming ahead.
Tact is key, especially when defining the relationship.
Pity gets you nothing.
I could really use a pita wrap right now.
When music is on shuffle and three out of five parts of the ‘Luv Sic’ series plays in a row.
From a historical evolutionary standpoint, “One important reason for our attraction to physically attractive mates, according to evolutionary reasoning, is that physically attractive people are less likely infected with parasites (blemishes, asymmetry, leprosy, boils, syphilis), and on average, are healthier. Healthy mates had more surviving offspring.”
Today, we still assume those with tangible good appearances have the best intangible character much superior to those with appearances less physically attractive.
Yet how many great-looking people long to be rid of that parasite called Insecurity? Self hate? Loneliness? That infection called Jealousy and insatiable craving to just be accepted?
Now, if you had the chance to find the remedy and be free from those ugly parasites of the mind and heart, what would life look like?