i love you. i hate you. i need you. i want you. i miss you. i trust you. 

Words have power.

i loved you. i hated you. i needed you. i wanted you. i trusted you. 

 And power has consequences. 

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Comments (9)

  1. genderwhat

    I truly thought you were about to quote Three Days Grace, I think. You know, “I love you, I hate you, I can’t live without you”

    April 17, 2016
    1. giirluncovered

      I actually haven’t heard that song. You know what? I’m going to download it right away.

      April 19, 2016
  2. wirelessguru1

    Yup. My power has consequences.

    April 19, 2016
  3. malcolmmelvin

    At the point when animals get abused, individuals more often than not couldn’t care less. Envision if that animals was a relative or your pay for papers closest companion. These abused animals should be battled for in light of the fact that they have as a lot of a privilege to live glad. Animals don’t should be tormented or hurt in any sort of way; they are poor and exposed animals.

    April 29, 2016
  4. write-on-it

    Yes true, those trusts can be defeated if one mistrusts. Power isn’t really something that should be placed, as no one should be in control of another.

    June 04, 2016
    1. giirluncovered

      I fully agree

      June 05, 2016
  5. adifferentworld

    i like it but i am not sure that i agree with it. The first states feelings and the latter is a result of change through actions and choices. Perhaps if anything they are commodities that we should guard or guard against.

    But what is true is that words have power, and power has consequences.

    June 06, 2016