Busy! Too busy doing important things. Too stretched out to be able to add one more thing to my twenty four hours a day. CAN'T talk now. Too busy. So MANY important things to do.
People need me. I have to save them. I can see them all drowning and reaching out to me with their problems. I have answers. I can help and there is so much to do. So I am too busy to stop and give you a kiss.
Demands are overwhelming me. Everyone wants a piece of me and I cannot add just one more thing or I will surely die. My body can only take so much giving and I am OVER EXTENDED. Too busy saving souls to pause for you.
I have to be so many places at so many times. I am running ragged and people are depending on me to do one hundred percent and HELP people. I have to get to them all before the end of the day and so I don't have any energy left for you.
I would like to pause. Taking care of myself seems like a terrible luxury however. If I pause to sit an hour with you I might not be able to stop. I would want more of you. I would have to spend two hours and then I would be looking forward to two more hours the next day.
You see I can't change my life for anyone. I have committments and responsibilities. You have the time but I do not. I have to be vigilant that I do not shirk my duties. There are people to help. It is my addiction.
I am guided by divine presences. I am only doing what my religion tells me is important. I give lots of time to my church and to my job and to my children and to my dog. But I don't have time for you. You are addicting.
If you were here right now we would be snuggled up listening to the Blues but I would be asleep. I am exhausted from my three jobs. This has been a problem all my life. I have to give until I almost faint. I am really not allowed to take time for myself. I am too tired. Exhausted.
They have drained me. The world has my energy and it is in direct conflict to you. It is my life and I can only hope in my retirement I will have a little more time. However I heard about a man who died two years after he retired. Oh well...I am still too busy for you and too busy to smell the flowers.