Out of breath, with blue eyes

I am always for saying the right thing, and when someone hinders you, you can’t give in. It’s the equivalent of having done a good job, or having gone without meat, or having helped the impoverished. I am often in the position of judge. I am a person who will lean over, out of breath, my blue eyes and flat, tidy face, my business suit and necktie caught in the gossamer light outside the station with the traffic passing. Sometimes I have the inexplicable urge to shed my work and throw over everything I’ve held dear all these years. I often spend my time seeking elsewhere, seeking what I cannot see.

Jeff P. Jones
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