Thursday, March 27, 2014

I wonder ....

I want to say something to you. That's why I’m here today. I have something on my mind. I think on a thing and I want to say it now. I’m wonder why it happened. I wonder why it happened to me. I can’t stop thinking about it. It’s on my mind all the time. I have to say it. I have to come out with it. I want to tell it to you, because it feels me up and I can’t take it anymore. I think day and night. Really. Now it comes. I hope you are ready to hear it …. I have lost my job. I have been fired. I don’t understand it. I’m so good. My advice to you – don’t do like me! Don’t be good. People do not like if someone are better than them.

1 comment:

  1. Quite a turn-around in the last two lines! Probably, speeches do not usually work that way, but it can be effective to do it this way... Normally, we would expect the topic to be clear from the very beginning.

    What was your backwards phrase, anyway?

    The phrase "it feels me up" is VERY unfortunate! You mean to say "fills me up", not the other thing... "I think on a thing" is a Danism. In English we think OF something...


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