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Frequently, I twist my musings around on paper in order to create a play on words — hidden meanings so that to one reader, my writing may signify one thing, and to another it may translate into a completely different idea relevant to their particular life’s journey.  And because we all bring some sort of dichotomy to the table, it makes sense that in order to arrive at a deeper understanding of any piece of writing, it requires reading between the lines to seek answers to our own questions, to discover the connotations meant for our eyes only.  However, sometimes I think we simply believe what we want to, regardless of truth, because it’s easier than to admit otherwise.  But it’s also important to remember that oftentimes a body of work is simply straightforward, with nothing more or less to read than what is in plain view.  The secret is in knowing the difference.

Do you tell-it-like-it-is, or are there hidden meanings behind your words?