A heart’s journey of a thousand broken pieces begins with one slight mistake.
They say human is to error, but some errors are costly. It starts off innocuously; an ogle, a hug, a chat, a lie, a surge of attention. And sooner than long, foolishness is looking straight into your eyes, before bursting into laughter. Torture then invites you for lunch, orders a five-course meal and passes the bill to you, before slapping you sober. You can’t complain, you can’t deny it. You should have seen it coming, that small ripple turning into a tsunami, that small rock tripping you, the giant.