"You need a good education to live a full and happy life." "You'll never make it without a degree." "Be reasonable." "Have a plan B." "Be realistic."
What's realistic to me is different than what's realistic to you. I don't want a plan B, my heart is set on one thing. If being reasonable means working a dead end job, consider me the contrary. No degree means no me? What about Brian Adams, Adele, David Bowe, Thomas Edison and even nine US presidents with no degree and amazing lives. Some people I know dropped out of high school, barely know how to sign their name and living their lives to the fullest.
So do not tell me what to do or who I am or who I have to be. I will be me, even if that means I am a starving artist at fifty- three. Even if that means I am couch surfing half my life while finding my dream job. Even if that means I am unrealistically hopeful my whole life. At least I am not a pessimistic, discouraging, sad being. Like you want me to be.
Is someone really giving you the (Malocchio) eye goodbye The doubt eye? hum Such irony but the music opera I see an eye for an eye Of the symphony
Talk relax and Muncha Prego colorful array of food "Amazon Rainbow" Bow -Italians Arrow- Americans Ride the Gondola Rome, Venice, and Florence at night The art and ancient architecture
Ferrari red cars heart confidence Doubtful eyes met Mr cappuccino Stevie any wonder piano player superstitious The evil eye how did it ever become the forever, Dr. Love
He lies potbelly stomach He acts like he's above All of us the Monarch Those after effects Or before I doubted him He became my subject
Let's really be reasonable And if anyone thinks they don't have a problem
Just go bob bobbin along Like Robin_* How much Different red's of tape I am swinging with reasonable doubt Monkey *** banana ape swings to Havana Unbearable banana peel shes reasonable with her face Spa peels More discounts 50% off the 1/2 lip martini 1/2 eye apple of my eyeglass Wait for him 75% off After Christmas nightmare To top things off He's not the discount person
To Elope an obsession everything he touched blinking eye $$$ expensive____ I feel like the plaid pants pajama party doubtful event The scotch tape He loves to drink Scotch Like sleeping eye patch
Just be flexible U-R never reasonable Colorblind with red hearts, belts, roses, glasses Her red-danger lips can we actually escape Then all the yellow tape like surveillance comes and passes You define whats important
What you dedicate your time too Eating the best icecream cherries Whip cream vanilla fudge
Serendipity New York City A different occupation being a Judge With any reasonable doubt Not to judge anyone moves out He's in his fifties style suit acts conventional and whistling Dixie
Change of words, Bowie You only hear what you want to hear the ambulance bloodshed stranger on the stretcher, you never know what you got until its gone
Not a movie Scarlet went like twin parrot's eyeing the event The third spiritual eye He's waiting with his attache case What a six sense no sense The guy on the stretcher would die Like the saying, you never know who your relatives are You felt like the headboard
Unreasonable time dark place ouija board The concentration camp board No-one is ever on-board Keep it peaceful and sonic But you felt the atomic a bomb hit unexpectedly surprised Just relax with Gin and Tom-ic with the watching eye
Let's be flexible, not many people are these days will maybe my writing will fix that are you near any black cats oh! please don't worry I'm not superstitious but people are what they see their eyes tell stories to take it from me
What's reasonable? when you clearly don't know what's enough from too much ... .
The law has dual blades. It can do bad as much as it does good.
More often when you struck your lawful blade never forget your safety gloves.
I'm not siding on anyone or anything, as much as possible i am neutral to each sides, know that every story has its duality.
I wrote this when my reason can't get pass to a friend of mine. Here's the story: A thief now in ICU because he was caught and was battered almost to death by the house owner of his Target. The debate was on the subject to why our government permits the thief to file a complain(possibly attempted ******) to the owner of the house. I argue on the defense to the thief, he's human rights was ruled out, I was probably wrong on that part or not, i dunno really... But my main reason that my friend perhaps didn't understand is the excessiveness of the owner's punishment. Then probably my friend thinks that I am siding on the fault of the thief that's why I lose the debate, because he deserves to be punished, and yes he deserves it, but clearly we needed to point out a clear line to what's enough from too much.