The Unsettling Truth About Summer Days

Amelia Zimmerman
2 min readOct 15, 2021
Photo by Aaron Burden on Unsplash

The unsettling truth about summer days is that they cannot last.

Only the naive, who haven’t before seen the turning of seasons, will think summer lasts forever. Naïveté is sweet and innocent and occasionally beautiful, but it is how we get ourselves into trouble.

Naïveté is thinking that the way things are is the way they will always be. And this can be fatal.

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Amelia Zimmerman

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