Tony Grist (poliphilo) wrote,
Tony Grist
poliphilo

Just As Well

Ailz saw someone come out of my mother's bedroom and then go back in again. It wasn't me- and I was the only other person around with the use of their legs.

I never see things myself- and sometimes I feel hard done by- but then I think it's probably just as well because I'm not a particularly well-grounded person and if I could see the fairies I'd be off with them. Like a shot. I get impatient with this funny little box we call reality but there are things that can be experienced inside it that can't be experienced outside and since I've chosen to be here I might as well give it my full attention- and  make the most of it while I can...
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