“My Because” / Memorable Fancies #1635

[“I am losing my because.” – Alice Notley]

I never did like to say “because,” because it always came after, as a kind of excuse no one believed, or a response to some annoying challenge. It made me look weak. That’s why I’ve decided to lose my because. Especially this one.

[Click ‘Random Post’ above – be astonished]

 

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