forever

“was a meaningful word when life was short”; now that you can linger “more forever than ever,” the words exaggerating paradoxality may feel dated. The meaning of forever has been drifting closer to the colloquial foreverish: not just “indefinitely” (and nothing like “eternally”) but, controlledly, “for now, until and if I choose to revisit the matter.”

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