Thinking refinery.

13 September, 2006

I like my thoughts raw. I don’t like them having been processed over and over again before someone finally hears them. Sure, they sound nicer, but they’re not really me. I know that this strategy doesn’t always work, but it makes me feel better. Honest. It’s too bad it has too many drawbacks, the main one right now being that it’s too susceptible to my emotions. There they are, my thoughts, for this very second. I’m going to regret it later. I know it.

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