Again, I'm speaking in emotions, that language you find so difficult. I'm sorry not sorry, it's all I've got right now. How come feelings get such a bad rap? How come you're not supposed to speak in feelings out loud where other people can hear you? Why are feelings supposed to be bottled up? Is it some kind of marketing campaign? Is someone else going to sell my bottled up feelings and make a profit but I'll never know about it? Is that how this works? Let me say this: the right words to flimmer across my screen can make me cry. Sometimes I shout to signal that I really prefer order and my voice wants to be the law. I shout not to scare you but to command your attention. It's a primitive method, I'll agree. It often works. My emotions are talking and sometimes they get loud and don't ask permission. What I want for you and what you want for yourself are probably not the same thing but they might be related, like second cousins once removed. And if you know what that means then maybe my emotion language is not as foreign as you thought. And maybe my communication follows, falls, finagles a way into your hippocampus around about your frontal cortex circumventing your hungry amygdala but probably not. Maybe it's just going in one ear and out the other, unscathed, unbothered. This is just to say This is just to say just to say to say say nothing more. I might be done. You can stop listening if you ever were.