We are told:
Approach-approach conflict is the psychological conflict that results when a choice must be made between two desirable alternatives.
I've tried some poetry this week. It just spurted out. No conflict there, then. But I hope it captures the prompt.
Should I stay or should I go?
I don't know.
Staying is yellow and moonlit and beautifully strange.
Going is rusty adventures in daylight orange.
Staying is knowing, turning well-worn pages.
Going is jumping, leaping across new stages.
Staying is finding more.
Going is finding out.
Staying is being sure.
Going is wondering about.
Is it all or nothing or neither or both?
Is my decision final, or mirrors and smoke?
When I am happy as I am right now,
How can I walk away?
Yet over the fence is another rainbow
And more freedom to play.
Two halves of two wholes
That fit together perfectly.
All I must decide, or not,
Is which half is perfectly me.
Check out other offerings over at The Queen Creative this week. Go. Or stay. Either way is OK.