There’s a probability of ends to meet,
but that doesn’t mean things go round
like how the saying goes
“what goes around, comes around”.
No.
Sometimes,
ends meet in a corner:
of a square, of a diamond, of a room.
Whatever shape it forms or
wherever you are drawing the goddamned figure,
make sure you’re outside of it.
Because as long as ends meet,
there’s also a probability
of you getting stuck inside the figure
or inside the thin route of the lines you just drew.

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