Raina first, the formalities:

Main Entry: 1tee·ter
Pronunciation: 'tE-t&r
Function: intransitive verb
Etymology: Middle English titeren to totter, reel; akin to Old High German zittarOn to shiver
Date: 1844
1 a : to move unsteadily : WOBBLE b : WAVER, VACILLATE

second, the soliliquy:

Here stands the uneasy, the being who cannot decide which line to walk.
Here stands the confused, torn between eardrum piercing screams and the sudden urge not to talk.

I don't want to talk anymore, all I want to do is teeter in silence. Fluctuating between the maturity of a grown woman and pouting like a child.
Decisions, Decisions, Decisions...
grendel doesnt fly dangerously close to the edge

hoping that the resultant fall will will bring things to a mercifully quick resolution
Raina damnit, somebody tip me to one side...please 001023
floralieca http://www.transience.com.au/teetering.html

Une histoire triste et vraie :)
Ladee D Middle tow stuck and scraping along graveled pavement
limping home you realize
you're teetering, tapdancing on the loines of your threshold
for pain
Ouroboros I'll admit it.
My desire for you is teetering
on the borders of
obsession and need.

It feels a bit silly
this imaginal love
this world of want,

And your almost complete apathy,
excepting the late night
blind gropings and lusts,

only increases the burning
shame of my cheeks,
the burning flame of my heart.
what's it to you?
who go