I've been barking up the wrong tree.
Or I'm the wrong dog.
here's another one:i love you. i loved you.
It is startlingly easy to lapse into epigrams. For instance: "Death is easy; dying, less so."But that's not what this is about. It's about telling a story, which is worlds more difficult.
here's one:You're my temptation. I give in.
banned from zoo. now masturbate privately.
some attempts:It's cold. You're hot. Come inside.We're wrong for each other... right?I sit on your couch. Waiting.
Understand, I'm sorry I said no.
Being three thousand miles away helps.
the island is nicer without you
Gave her a chance. Fuckin' zombies.
There's a Sappho fragment that does it in three words: "You burn me." But the rest of the parchment would lend specificity--"You jerk! That's our last giraffe," works better in the long run, for instance.
Here's my question--which is better?For sale: babies' shoes, never worn.orFor sale: babies' shoes, worn once.
Aliens abducted Grandma. What to bury?
I hate that I forgive you.
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