Dillon's view on love


Dillon was eating a quesadilla and yogurt for breakfast, and I was trying to fix an issue on my computer, and he started the following monologue, which I typed word-for-word. 


What do you think love could look like if you could see it?

I think it would be warm and liquid when it was hot but turn into a solid when it was cold.

Like if you were bad it would be a solid, like ice.

The liquid would have vapor and would go into the air, and go sideways toward whoever the person who released the vapor loves and it would go into their heart.  It's like a cycle because it goes from one person to another and another and back to the first person.  And you can release many jets of vapor at the same time.  Like at least ten jets of vapor at a time.

Can I be excused from the table please?

3 Responses to “Dillon's view on love”

  1. cheri says:

    The kid is a poetic scientist in the making.

  2. Kelly says:

    Wow, this kid is going to be a heartbreaker!

  3. Mister Squiggles says:

    If I didn’t know any better, I would have thought that the word ‘precocious’ was coined purely for D. Poet Laureate, or perhaps the reincarnation of Richard Feynman. Yeah, ‘poet scientist’ pretty well covers him. Somebody get this kid a particle accelerator and a few Robert Frost books…

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