WordsWorth

I always mean what I say, maybe that is the same reason I put a lot into the words of others too.

The weight of a word is an entire world of possibilities. It is more powerful than a power punch or a cat with rabies. It stains and leaves a mark, unlike a bruise that heals, or any physical pain for that matter, since the brain is incapable of remembering the actual sensation – all it knows is that in general, there has been pain.

A word said in bad taste will be inked into memory, letter for letter, the tone, the voice – every single thing.Β And the worst part is, you cannot take it back.

If I had my way, I’d suggest keeping it shut than saying things you do not know of.Β It is my hope you meant what you said, because I won’t forget it – ever.

Of course you know this means war.

15 thoughts on “WordsWorth

  1. oooh… i love the line:

    “A word said in bad taste will be inked into memory, letter for letter, the tone, the voice – every single thing. And the worst part is, you cannot take it back.”

    peram muna Princess M πŸ˜€

    πŸ˜‰

  2. words can be like daggers or swords and can pierce the heart. that’s why if you have nothing good to say, then just shut up!

    world war III na ba PM? just tell me so i can run for cover. πŸ™‚

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