Indicates a proneness to rush ahead due to difficulty controlling one's impulses. Once started on a path of action the person tends to become driven or propelled ahead. The person's mental or emotional brakes are not working properly.
Lines run close to the edge of the paper.
Jesse James: (1847-1882) One of the most notorious outlaws of the Old West. Committed what he thought to be halarious pranks, especially when robbing trains, and was in the habit of writing to newspapers to inform them that the James Gang was not present at certain bank robberies.
Charles Baudelaire: (1821-1867) The first great French poet to probe into the abyss of the human psyche. Tortured by his own thoughts, Baudelaire turned to drugs, felt he was under the spell of Edgar Allen Poe, died half-crazed.