A Flower in a Box
Bradley Perera, author
This is about a becoming of choice that can be involved with betrayal, proposing it with an instinct of survival. Once in assurance, which must be by reaching your own estimation and not that of others, you are then capable of accepting and admitting the proposal. It becomes a productive combination, and in feeling this, each is made a comparative sake. To become identified as a part of each other still remains a suggestive take. So the connection is determined, and for however long that bond, though still unspecified, remains by definition as attorney of each, a relationship exists as circumspective way. It is not always a matter of reliance that each can depend on but exists as a dependency, so trust is found, and the likeness the other defines is as the friend frays.