We Can Stop

Posted: November 6, 2017 in Uncategorized

He’s adept at engineering small social victories for others
creating situations that make them feel good about themselves.

It’s endearing and can over time make him seem indispensable
an integral component of a smooth running machine.

Designed to generate and sustain a status quo scenario
it’s a pleasant enough play anyway so what’s the harm.

A quotidian enchantment is hardly a binding spell it’s not black magic
merely stealth tactic executed with genuine desire to please others.

He wants them to enjoy themselves so they can enjoy him
the genius of this approach is that it allows him to be himself.

Any cynicism is the result of lingering previous impressions
if we can only get this right eventually we can stop altogether.

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Comments
  1. stephanie says:

    I have learned to respect the dialogue of cynicism…without knowing where it might lead. I like this.

    Like

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