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January 24, 2016 | January 24, 2016 | 0 comment(s)

Like a cone of ice cream melting in your very own hand -- it will melt, regardless.
No matter how heavenly the taste is, you won't be able to savour it forever.
You won't be able to stop it from melting.
You cannot expect the soft serve to always be frozen.
You cannot decide when is the right time for that creamy lump to transform itself into milky, sticky liquid.
And by the time it melts, it's no longer called ice cream.
It's just a flavoured sweetened liquid, dripping through your hand -- Worthless, undefined.

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