POEM: Cautionary Tail

Ouch!
That guy should come with a warning label
She said after
Having had
A piece of cautionary tail

You can divide ’s lessons into two basic categories: 1) that which deserves emulating, and 2) that which warrants avoidance.  This short, poem highlights the latter of ’s lessons, the proverbial .  Fortunately, one of the redeeming qualities of is that we can learn from both positive and negative experiences.  Of course, the content of this poem treads on the precarious territory of and the ever-looming potential of the battle of the sexes.  Lust and possibilities are often more than enough to pass by potential warning signs in dating .  I am a big fan of throwing oneself fully into human .  This seems consonant with living life fully.  Nonetheless, woo can turn to whoa very fast, often skidding deep into woe.  The is often that the best way to know where a line exists is by crossing it.  There is much in life that is unknown.  Spending too much mapping out every sign and landmark may prevent one from living an actual life.  Hopefully, we can offer one another enough room and to make mistakes as we careen joyfully through life’s messiness.  In fact, such lives deserve emulating…

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