We don't need the perfect words or metphors If we truly care for someone; We don't need them -Describing how they feel... all we need to know is to see, if our heart skips a beat or two when they are - Typing...
On days like these, It isn't distance that Keeps you away from me, But time. As I look at your life Through images And hear your voice Through recordings, I can't help but think If you're real In this world with me. Three hours isn't that far ahead, But slowly waiting for time Is quickly making me miss you Much more than I thought.
Right answer to a wrong question It's the type three error The most dangerous error If you ask a wrong question in a given situation And implement the right answer The result may be a nightmare Put yourself a right question in a given situation Before getting the right answer
In real life, under certain circumstances, we ask ourselves some questions without giving much thought and may get right answers. We may act accordingly to find the results are catastrophic. The reason being we didn't pose right questions relevant to the circumstances.
Three Scottish hags brew up a political storm in a...cauldron.
Inspired by Suri Ben N who got me overthinking about brevity, Shakespeare, alternative storylines, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, and the existential milieu in general.
‘We do on stage things that are supposed to happen off. Which is a kind of integrity, if you look on every exit as being an entrance somewhere else.’ - Tom Stoppard, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead