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rm_armond451960 57M
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12/23/2005 11:03 am

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

There


There’s no grease on these words.

Being a person of mechanical means dealing with gears and grease I find myself lost with words that don’t slip off my tongue as though to be lubricating the joints on a car.

Being a person of mechanical means I find it hard to understand words that don’t fit together in a phrase like two gears meshing together to keep things in time.

Being a person of mechanical means dealing with valves that open and close in perfect harmony time after time with no end in site, I find myself at a lost to understand how people like ourselves can not express ourselves truly to others through our body language and words.

Being a person of mechanical means and understands complex wiring diagrams and able to weld, do pluming jobs, and do complete services on heavy duty trucks with thousands of parts to check and maintain. Why is it I find it so hard to tell you that I love you.

Is it that there is no grease on these words to help me express how much you mean to me. Can it be that it is easier to deal with a complex engine then to learn about you and try to win your heart.

Being a person of mechanical means I will learn how to express myself to you and touch your heart. I’ll put grease on my hands and lubricate the words I speak to you so that there is no friction between us, so that everything we do and share flows smooth and easy like two gears in time with each other turning with no end in sight.

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