Every line which you now see has a slight bend for there was never a straight line to begin with. It is safe to call our lives crooked in advance due to the inevitable deviations- the buttress to the fall of man. Stones should be in no threat of being hurled in this warped and twisted world….at least not hurled in a straight line. Which leaves me to believe that rock quarries have grown unavailing.

There is a dizziness that is inextricably linked to  glimpses into the past, of lives that veered off beaten paths-no chaser. To those managing OCD every curve simply means things are never really in place, and in place is some persons perception of the framework that is now called straight line.



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