The thing we crave most is not always what we need
Like confectionary sugar - infatuation is a drug.
One that disguises itself as sweetness,
something fine in moderation
But once you get addicted, the taste isn’t even what you crave anymore
It’s the rush
The dose of dopamine that feels so damn good in the moment but once it’s gone...
It feels even worse than before.
And you’re trapped in a cycle of indulgence and pain.
Spinning in awareness and running for the door
It’s lessons like these that are learned more than once,
Until you finally get what you’ve been asking for.