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Why doesn’t he just…

You know the conversation. You had the conversation:
“Why doesn’t he just …”
“I don’t understand why he can’t simply …”
“If he’d only …”

Usually followed by: “I used to, but I …”
Or: “At least you have (not) …”

Well, I had this conversation, but at least I …
I am writing about it, so that at least you …

You know the truth:
No, he can’t just …
At least, he couldn’t …

Now, you might …
But if it’d be so easy to …
You wouldn’t be congratulating each other that …
You’re just slightly better than him …

How does it feel?
Safe?

If only you would …


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