She looks at herself in the mirror
She is meeting a friend for dinner
She doesn’t know if she should let her hair down
Or tie it up
She is momentarily confused.
They go to dinner
She looks at the menu
There’s so much food and they all sound great.
Some have pictures too
She is hungry and confused.
She goes to the super market to shop
All she wants is milk
But what stares back at her is no fat, low fat, 1%, 2%, skimmed, full fat.
Once again, she is frustrated and confused.
She sits in class
The professor says – It is a team project
She has two good friends she’d like to work with
But all she can do is pick one
This time she’s torn and confused.
She likes him, or she thinks she does
He says he likes her too, maybe
To her, his actions and words don’t add up
With him, she’s helplessly confused.
She applies for jobs
They both are great offers
One is more money the other is more freedom
They’re both big names and she likes them both
She is stressed and confused.
In all these situations,
With some amount of thinking
She usually comes to a decision
But when she thinks to herself,
She feels she is perpetually – Confused!
This post is inspired by : The Daily Prompt: Confused