Those seeking companionship don’t have the right to be angry at the giver when they have offered their companionship, but the chooser chooses not to take it. Then said seeker of companionship feels left out when the offer is no longer on the table. The seeker then becomes envious of what they see others benefiting from, that which was once offered to them. Take what is offered to you, for you don’t know when or if it will ever be offered again. Loneliness comes without comfort.
Copyright 2015, 2018
By Felina Silver Robinson
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I'm a wife, a mother, a writer, and a friend. I enjoy sharing feelings, experiences and my poetry. There are many things that I am good at, but I'm sure there are just as many things that I am bad at. I try hard not to judge for we know no one is perfect. I can however say that although I have a great deal of patience, sometimes the patience tank runs dry. If you value me, I will always value you.
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