surrounded by crowds doesn't chase away literal loneliness

surrounded by crowds doesn't chase away literal loneliness
dear lord embrace me with your blessings


Friday, January 28, 2011


Ammelid isn’t some sort of a fiction heroin character. Try reverse spelling; it’s called dilemma. Boring of writing it right since this isn’t my first entry on it, this d-word has pretty much became my best buddy ever since.

D-word verse 1

Meet ego; e.g.o. This fella over here is the culprit of d-word verse 1.

To do it or not to do it, it’s going to be easier if a clean list of pros and cons is made. But rationalizing has become biased when e.g.o came into place. In the end decided not to do though deep within it’s leaving emotional debris! Damned! Need to end this.

D-word verse 2

How come something that’s been set for you ended up as a dilemma? Easy, because you’ve got no share to say on it. No negotiation, no compromise, no confrontation. Not so professional. So despite you’ve got to do one thing instead of another since it’s been decided for you, you’ll tend to take both into account before coming to a decision like nothing have happened before. Crap!

Ps: I do talk crap, but I need to get things serious at times too
Pss: Why does my consultant has to be a year younger?



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