Friday, April 23, 2010

High Hopes

First, they wait to see if they have any Hope at all. When that worrying pays off, they wait to see when they will have their chance to choose. Will their rendez-vous be in jeopardy? Now they wait patiently for their chance to choose something that might not be built; that will only be ready in 5 years, if it is. They wait wondering if others are eyeing the same ones they are.

They wait to see if the ash High up there will continue to clear up, or suddenly take a turn for the worse. Will their rendez-vous be in jeopardy?

He wonders if all the worry is worth it. He considers a life without goals, ambitions, or desires, "'cos then you'd have no worries, mate."

"No thanks, mate."

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