A man walks. Alone. No. Two by his side.
I'm amazed at how you can write about extremely complicated states of mind so succinctly.. why, that is everybody's secret fear, and the one thought that haunts everyone at their darkest moments, and yet, I hadn't found a tighter description of it before :-) Sometime you find the time, you should read Orhan Pamuk's Nobel lecture: http://www.newyorker.com/archive/2006/12/25/061225fa_fact1A line from that which struck me when I read your post was this: "A writer talks of things that we all know but do not know that we know. "
KVThey say tight descriptions arise out of emotions. SO I guess I truly felt it :-)
Always felt the other way. It's not a nice place to be. I feel indebted all the time. So, from where I stand, good for you :D
I agree with the first statement. It's just a curse.
Count me in the club
It's a misconception people have. People find more meaning in melancholy than in a state of bliss. It slows time down and makes you look at life in slow motion. While in happiness, life is whizzing by. It gets heady and dizzy at times. In comes Mr. Melancholy, and his miserable thoughts.
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