This poem has a sort of evil darkness about it, so I thought I’d put Salem in to lighten it up. You can take the poem however you want to, it’s not meant to encourage untoward behaviour, but it is meant to inspire rebelliousness and fun, and naughtiness.
Here are some quotes to go with the sentiment!
I liked Grace Hopper’s one, because some of the quotes I’ve come across have said that it’s easier to ask forgiveness than to ask permission, which is really untrue. It’s easy to ask for permission, a lot easier than it is to ask forgiveness, but it’s incredibly difficult to GET permission, and if you GET forgiveness or not, you already got what you wanted or needed.
I have decided to start brainstorming names for my novel, the first one I’ve got is The Plasticine Cactus. How do you like it? I don’t care, I like it. Here’s an excerpt:
“You’re right. It is fate. I didn’t used to believe in fate, but lately I really do. I don’t know why people have such a problem with fate, actually. It doesn’t mean you don’t get to make choices, it just means that someone else already knows what those choices will be. And it also means that it doesn’t matter which road you take, because you will always end up the way you are destined to end up. It takes the pressure off, actually.”