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Author: Kuuipo
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Submitted on 2009-05-29 21:42:38     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  I love this, it's .....I don't want to say deep, it's over used to say that, but that is what this is. I've never really looked at things from this angle, it's nice to be pulled from my box and thrust into something new. And I do have to answer the question right there, just because. To me, from my view, what would make a person do these actions is confusion and mistrust and maybe they are trying to find out where they are, look at it as being trapped in a maze that is called life. Yes, I'm using a metaphor cause I like them.... Anyways back to what I was saying. We all try so hard to find the right path in that maze, some don't even have to try they just know the way, but then there are the others that wonder blindly and grope on to anything, and often reject something because they aren't sure what to do. But later on they realize their mistakes and come back, or there are cases in my gesture where people just use and try so hard to act in pain and get help but will only use and abuse it. Maybe I've been totally off on this whole thing but this is what ran through my head....I think. :]
| Posted on 2009-05-30 00:00:00 | by Scaredheart | [ Reply to This ]

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