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    dots Submission Name: I would never do it, I'm not you...dots
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    Author: Mythica
    ASL Info:    17/female/KY USA
    Elite Ratio:    1.79 - 11/31/16
    Words: 218
    Class/Type: Random Thoughts/
    Total Views: 698
    Average Vote:    5.0000
    Bytes: 1194



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       This is my relationship with my step-dad.......yeah......thanks for the memories...I guess.


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    dotsI would never do it, I'm not you...dots
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    I would never tell my only daughter that I could not wait until her graduation and 18th birthday to kick her out of the house.
    I would never smack and tell my own son that he can't do anything because he is too stupid to do so.
    I would never go around saying "I hate kids" in a sing song voice.
    I would never do it, I'm not you.

    I would never go around when my family said "I love you," and give the response "I love ME, too."
    I would never hurt someone and then tell them to suck it up.
    I would never claim that I am always right and never wrong.
    I would never do it, I'm not you.

    I would never blame my spouse on things that may be wrong with my children.
    I would never get on to someone and say we had plans to do something fun together then decide not to do it just to make them feel worse about getting into trouble and call it punishment.
    I would never leave my son outside at 11:00 at night, locked out of the house, for my spouse to let back in after I have gone to bed.

    I would never do it.

    Thank Goddess, I'm not you.




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      Sometimes the lessons we learn the best about what we don't want to be happen when the people close to us misbehave . I have read your last three posts and although I didn't comment on them till now I want you to know I am distressed by how dark your becoming . Not that darkness is necessarily bad in of itself , but brooding can be self defeating . I guess writing things down can help you resolve situations
    , and I even recommend it , but I like your carefree flights of fancy much better , so I have decided to give you a piece I once wrote when I wanted to escape .

    THE VANISHING POINT

    The darkened corners of forgotten yesterdays clouded the view as the gaping maw of need stared across the chasm at necessity . Almost as if there was a reason for itís contiguous constituency it reflected the myriad animations of itís creator . Crystalline forms in infinite diversity beyond the subjective sublimations of mass crowded the integral forms of itís subjugated spontaneities perversions as the well of itís unity sang of the cause for itís being .
    The single-mindedness of itís recumbent beginnings were all but lost to the ramifications of itself as the children of itís repulsion waxed and waned .
    The twinkling of an eye , the integration of ages , countless extrapolations of itís intercourse vanished into the nature of their being as the tainted refuse of their wanton progressions began their mutual processions back to the source , or wandered through the surrealistic ethereum of their eternally predestined nothingness .
    Causalities purity reigned as all became the reason for itís own creation , and vanished into the implosion of itís own ejaculation .
    | Posted on 2010-03-23 00:00:00 | by monad | [ Reply to This ]
      I really liked it. I wonder why people haven't read this and told you you're great, cause you definitely are. Good job!
    | Posted on 2010-03-16 00:00:00 | by justsaying | [ Reply to This ]


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