Silence Is Not Golden

I am somnolent, yet my mind refuses to enter a dormant comatose. I am on the verge of forty winks, but if forty is the new thirty then my nap has less value. However, I do not mind such cognitive actions, but my mind is attracted to ideas and concepts that have become obsolete.

This is when silence is not golden. Rather, it does not place at all. I try to drown out my thoughts with musical exertion, but it does not pacify my minds relentless approach to topics that rest in the elephant graveyard. Instead music proceeds to represent itself as an acting accomplice.

This is not efficacious when I commute an average of ninety minutes a day. I once enjoyed this grace period as a chance to decompress myself, but with each passing day I have taken less pleasure in my travels. Things have changed and I choose to dwell on that which does not dwell on me.

It perturbs me to be so vague on my personal blog, but I have yet to kindle enough strength to discuss my personal struggles and triumphs in clarity. I already feel that my expedition into the internet’s social network web is going to be troublesome in later years. My ideas could change, but perhaps some things are better left to my mind’s personal personnel.

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About Titillating Thoughts

I am called Kenny. I respond to it. I am twenty-three years of age. This blog will represent my unique way of looking at life. It is to be a collection of thoughts that titillate your brain flaps. I am not always politically correct, but it all comes from a comedic nature. I hope you enjoy my dry and sarcastic humor.

Posted on June 28, 2012, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 12 Comments.

  1. You may be right about changing later in life and regretting what you’ve posted here. I’ve gone to some extreme lengths to ensure my privacy here. I have tried to erase my steps as I walk I guess. I’m sure the tracks will be visible at some point…but at least I can look back and see how far I’ve come. For me, nothing makes me feel more freedom than to sit down and listen to the clacking sounds of the keyboard as I type my most personal thoughts. I have felt that I live in absolute bondage within my own mind…never letting the real me be seen by anyone who knows me. So that is why I choose to write what I do. Each person has to choose for their own path.

    • Yeah…Anonymity is nice to have, but I also suffer from wanting people to know whose ideas these really are. So while I am quick to take credit for certain things, I am hesitant on speaking about others. I suppose I could always create another blog that delves deeper into the personal side that does not reveal who I am. There is always that option.

  2. A certain part of me can relate to the last paragraph…my blog is the most honest I have been in recent times but there’s still a part of me I haven’t shared…the one I wish I could…yea the anonymity thingy wouldn’t be a bad idea but somehow I doubt I am brave enough to even write of those things let alone share…

  3. May I re~blog this on my page? I absolutely love this post 🙂
    I tweeted it… hope you do not mind??
    ~J.Míchel

  4. Reblogged this on jhasmoments and commented:
    RE~Blogged from Titillating Thoughts

  5. I love this –
    “It perturbs me to be so vague on my personal blog, but I have yet to kindle enough strength to discuss my personal struggles and triumphs in clarity.”

    Great post. && I agree – I feel the same 🙂

  6. Oh, TT, I’d just put it down in cyberspace; only today we were discussing how a pseudonym means you can write just about anything. Personal struggles? That’s why God invented Metaphor. That which does not dwell on you beckons.

    Although I warn you, she is a hard task master.

  7. I can truly appreciate your concerns, yet I know deep in my heart that, in fact, it truly is the truth that has set me free. So if not here, then somewhere, with a trusted someone, I hope you can bare your soul and dance in the joyous freedom! ( :

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