Tuesday, 21 April 2015


If only. If only, if only. Two words that evoke a sense of yearning, of a road not taken.

Much like: could have, would have, should have.

“I could’ve been a contender.”

I would have been there for you.

I should have listened to my mother.

Words that may impart a sense of regret, remorse, or resignation.

A sense that life...could have, would have, and should have been...different...if only.

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