Waste

Waste is a complex

word

understood as a verb,

an adjective, and

a noun.

Wasting wasted waste

is not impossible.

To waste is to

discard,

disregard,

and dismiss.

A wasted day

is a day lost forever.

A waste is seen

as useless

and is

sometimes

unused.

Waste most times is

wasted instead of

refurbished or

repurposed to utilize

its full potential.

One man’s waste

is another man’s

pleasure.

To one man, waste

is a frowned upon noun.

To another man a

disturbing verb.

Unwanted,

unseen,

abused,

abnormal,

filthy,

disgusting,

unsavory,

unlovely,

decrepit,

dysfunctional

people are never a waste.

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I am a 7 year old stuck in a teenager's body. I enjoy long walks on the beach and peanut butter on waffles. If the following combinations of letters mean anything to you: OYAN, LotR, F.R.O.G., tFotR, AiO, tTT, OBPC, tRotK, DIY Then we can be friends. And if not, we still can be friends!

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