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Simple perception.

Submitted: December 04, 2017

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Submitted: December 04, 2017



I can not define the nature of my feelings or rather the sensations. This is not due to the fact that I do not analyze my emotions, or because I'm too bad in the realm of human nature. The point was, rather, that I had neither the desire nor the need to define anything.




- Tea is too hot. We'll have to wait until it cools.


Just an innocent excuse. An innocent, obvious excuse to stay. Naturally.


- This tea is so sweet that I could drink it forever.


Just a subtext, a hint that is easy in its verbal outlines. Of course.


- Look at its color. Sometimes, I do not have enough of these shades when I paint.


Just a desire, a charming, hasty desire. Isn’t it.


- Tea should be stirred slowly. It gives to the process of tea drinking some kind of ease.


Just a convulsive attempt, an exquisite attempt at pleasure. Absorption.




- I think until the tea cools down, you can try this pie.


A natural impulse. 


- Black tea seems to me too bitter without sugar.


Of course it is.


- I can assume that this is very frustrating - trying to find the right shade.


Isn’t it charming.


- Rather, it gives to the process a hint of melancholy.


Absorption in details.


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