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The Things I Say [A Quote]

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My mouth says what I have told it not to. My tongue spits the poison I would not swallow. Later is remorse, but now is the sweetness of one barbed morsel after another.

Donita K. Paul , The Vanishing Sculptor

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Angry Words

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 Why  are they so easy to say when I am angry?
At the time when dark emotions overrides all sense of reason.
Why are they quick to form sentences, even paragraphs, aiming for destruction.
I see it!
The heart stops for a few seconds, so swift the brain stutters in confusion,
In fast motion, the heart transports the feelings (true one) to the brain, the brain translates it to the mouth and BAM!
The recipient’s eyes widen in shock.
“Did she just say that.”
So I ask, are we most honest when we are angry?

Could it be that anger brings out the truth through that dark tunnel?
Wait! Why  should the tunnel (the throat) be dark if it brings out honest emotion.

I shrug, I just do not know.

See how the mind just cannot fathom that dramatic equation.
Ah, remember the phrase “the truth hurts.”
It aptly describes the words pouring like lava out of that volcano.
What  looks like  insults to the receiving end could be the honest  outlook from the deviant  on the kick side.
The next time you hear an angry soul-stirring lava, consider these angry words as the words he/she always had bubbling under the surface awaiting the day, you would provoke them to erupt.