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Trusting words but waiting for actions

I am a sunny curmudgeon. I’m often skeptical but somehoe manage to give people the benefit of the doubt. I’m an odd duck. But I do go by the mantra of “trust but verify ” i learned that the hard way. There’s certain people you have to put in that bucket.

Or another way to phrase it is called “trusting words but waiting for actions.” Although, this mantra takes a much more wait and see approach.

Sometimes you trust and move forward. Other times you say that sounds good but I’m gonna wait. Roll the dice

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  1. Haha i Waited
    For 53 Years to
    Really Speak

    Before

    Then i
    Was All

    Action

    In

    Fact People
    Still Say i Love
    You More When
    i Just Dance And
    Keep My Mouth

    Totally

    Shut

    True Though
    i’ll Catch Up What
    Other Choice is
    There When Before
    Four The Other

    Kids

    Are Speaking…
    It’s So Hard To
    Tie Your Shoes
    And Figuring out
    That Zipper Thing
    On The Front Of
    Your Pants is

    Still to
    Hard to
    Figure out

    In 1st Grade…

    Sure i made
    Straight A’s Yet

    That’s Not Nearly
    The Most Important

    So-Called

    Standard

    IQ in Life

    How

    About

    Breathing

    How About

    Even Being

    Comfortable
    In Your Own
    SKin Not Able
    To Touch

    Humanly

    Made

    (That
    Hasn’t
    Changed)

    Stuff Honestly
    The Reason i Didn’t
    End Up On A Shooting
    Spree And Made

    A Dancing

    Spree Real

    Instead For Real
    Is i Was Born With
    A Good Mood And

    Found

    It

    Again

    People

    Who Say

    Love IS A

    Decision

    Haven’t Come

    Close to Living Hell…

    This Much Intelligence

    i Feel
    For Real

    Most of That
    Standard IQ
    Stuff is Just A Higher

    Way To Living Hell Now

    -The Child

    What The
    One Who

    Cannot Speak ‘Sees’

    Like

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