Soon, they won’t be single. Soon, they won’t be alone. Soon, they’ll be falling in love again.
The ‘when’ is different than the ‘almost’ because of one very specific thing. And that’s that an ‘almost’ has a period at the end of the metaphorical sentence, where as a ‘when’ doesn’t have a definite anything.
This is not me thinking about you even a little bit. Or at all.
That talent will save you from laziness or ambivalence.
She deserved to be slapped!
There is power in saying, at times, nothing at all.
I used to think that things we are good at, the things we are passionate about, that they come easily. That they just spill out of us almost unintentionally.
Maybe I’m just really good at making sure you would never know what being depressed looks like.
I LOVE TRENDS.
This metaphor is getting lost.