Our Alone Time

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Our alone time is dangerous. Because the thoughts that run in our heads when no one is around would not dare unravel in the presence of another soul. They’re shy yet bold and beautiful. And they are too strong to not be felt by another roaming soul in the room, and this is why they hide; they avoid connection. Connection has only always harmed them.
So our alone time thoughts reside to their comfortable place and remain quiet -until we are all alone- and that’s when they storm out to haunt us, to whisper the things we consciously deny, and mostly, to make us do things we would certainly regret doing if anyone knows about them.

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