An ironic misfortune has come across me: a quote from a writer that has got me thinking far beyond the depths of any other quote I have stumbled upon. It is a misfortune because society hasn't positively looked upon quotes said by teens. As a result I shant reveal it on a large scale until my youth has long faded.
The irony lies within the fact that I am allowing society to control me, therefore I ponder: shall I reveal the quote to defy society? But alas, if I do, then I am like all of the other birds. A two-way-death-trap example at its finest representation. And lastly, is this memoir not a quote in its altogether entirety?