OPUS Mag

Far from timid • Caveat Lector

Better Left Unsaid by @Love_Chan

Better Left Unsaid by @Love_Chan

Think about all of the words that you’ve worked so hard to put into sentences, to make sense, to explain how you feel. You see all of those words? Save them. Save them for the day that they’re needed. Save them for a situation that’s well fitted. Save them for eternity.

Not to sound like a bitch but sometimes we talk too much. Depending on the situation, these words that you’ve taken all of this time to situate may hurt more than help. Let’s sit back and think about it for a minute. What will it do to us? What will it bring? What will it ruin? Let’s not. Not now. Not ever, possibly.

Maybe those lines have been blurred for a reason. Don’t fix what’s not broken right? But what if it could be better? More questions that we need not answer. More emotional soup that need not be stirred. More of everything that we don’t not want. Double negative placement.

Is it for you or for me because this can’t be for us. Nothing thus far has led me to believe that this is right. It doesn’t even feel right. We become selfish and engulfed in our own fantasies and wishes that we forget that there is another person who may suffer from our wants.

Speak your mind, they said. It will help, they said. It didn’t. Now we’re stuck in an awkward place that no one knows how to escape. I’m not running. I’m just not going in that direction.

Can we think about ME for a second? How am I going to feel? How am I supposed to continue as “normal”? What the fuck is normal anyway? It wouldn’t be fair to say you want to see someone happy but you aren’t happy with what could possibly make them happy since it doesn’t make YOU happy. If that makes sense.

Let’s just leave it where it lies and go in a direction that leaves clarity and understanding.

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