i realize now, that there is a distinct difference between words vs. life that can actually be fatal in a human relationship.
here, the word life means a live human being vs. a written document from the person.
words are written - and then read.
read - and then stoned. like, they are in stone.
problems with words written arise only by the reader. the reader has its own voice. adding accents here. looking into things there.
the reader might possibly be the actual author.
in real life /
live actions are acted - and then received.
spoken - and then listened.
listened and then spoken.
and this is where it gets interesting - pushed and then shoved.
kissed and then hugged.
fingered and then inserted.
pulled and then sucked.
the couch gets messed up. the tv gets left on. the sheets get torn. the jam is still out on the counter. the bills don't get paid. the nailpolish chips. the hair needs brushing. the dog starts whining. the birds start chirping. the plants wilt.
all of these things are going on while two humans try to get out what they feel inside their physical bodies - whether it be good or bad. all of this is going on while they slap and hit and hug and kiss. cells are exchanged. skin is chaffed. you get the picture.
with words though - when all of it is WRITTEN - it seems so stone.
you said this.
i say this.
you say that.
because i said this.
it doesn't resolve anything until its physically present. presence, maybe is what i'm getting at. the PRESENCE of an issue. the PRESENCE of a person. the absence of a person. the absence of an issue.
lets see if the absence of words makes the heart grow fonder?
or the absence of words makes the heart forget.
they say it forgets.
maybe what i'm also getting at is time. maybe its all time that matters. like in all things. people saying "we'll see." or "can't wait" or "only time will tell".
presence physical time words written read stoned stone
but then again, all of THIS is written. i think the answer is all in the word PRESENCE.