Sunday, June 12, 2016


Ambivalence is not weakness.
It is not flip flopping
or wishy washy.
It is not indecisive.

Ambivalence is a battle
of epic proportions
with great casualties
suffered on both sides;
each general scheming,
planning his best advance,
plotting move and countermove,
when to surge forward,
and when to retreat.

It is an ongoing fight,
often to the death,
between great and noble opponents.
A fight of honor,
and of dignity.

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