Maybe it’ll catch up with you

No one around me knows for certain but I guess it’s a fair assumption: maybe it’ll all catch up with you one day. When your 3 year old daughter is trying to lift her stuffed unicorn you’ll realize that everything else was meaningless/everything else happened for a reason.

You are now sitting there on your chair listening to your little daughter make priceless comments about things which mean more than everything.

Your drunken ways…

Your dogmatic ways…

Your friendly “Hi’s”…

Your tearful “goodbye’s”…

It means more than what you thought meant everything/what you thought was everything now seems like nothing. With the slightest breeze it’ll prove to be more valuable than what you thought was invaluable.

It may catch up with you.

But most likely it’ll never catch up with with you.

Why? Because it won’t ever be replaced! What needs to catch up with you can only catch up with you if you slow down. If you don’t slow down then it’ll never catch up with you. And you probably don’t want to catch up with you. Because when it does catch you up with you… it is simply ruthless!

Your drunken ways…

Your dogmatic ways…

Your friendly “Hi’s”…

Your tearful “goodbye’s”…

So it may, but it may not.

Either way! It’s going to be just you a straw basket of memories.

You’ll be left with a single memory (a conglomeration) of many similar events where you talked too much/Where you drank too much/Where you did too little. Where you knew that what you did wasn’t enough/where you knew that who you were wasn’t who you are.

 

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