Entanglement

“Are you cross with me?’
“No… why did you think I was?”
“I don’t know. You’ve just been off the past few weeks. I don’t think it was anything. Or maybe it’s me, projecting my feelings onto you. I can’t always tell where you end and I begin.”

Entanglement is a condition of being twisted together or entwined, involved with; it speaks of an intimacy gained, even if it was resisted, or ignored or uninvited.

– Sarah Nuttall

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~ by translating for peas on June 3, 2010.

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