Sitting on the floor, I'd replay the past in my head. Funny, that's all I did, day after day after day for half a year, and I never tired of it. What I'd been through seemed so vast, with so many facets. Vast, but real, very real, which was why the experience persisted in towering before me, like a monument lit up at night. And the thing was, it was a monument to me.
Quote by Haruki Murakami
Artwork by Bjarke Pedersen
The continuous fight between the thunder and death, madness and sadness that fills my soul.
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This piece is called “Three Girls” and guess who could talk and analyze this picture for hours,,,,m e
I spend so much of my solitude reflecting in visceral analyzation of my Self and Ego.
In matters of the heart, I imagine wild scenarios and alternate timelines in which I made better decisions. Retrospective imaginings have always kept me in the clouds, where I played with my emotions whenever they'd reveal themselves throughout the days.
Sometimes it feels like an eternity has gone by in that regard, and I am often at the duality of my amalgamations.
I've scared people away most times I've been asked to open up, as my darkness tends to reflect a lot of troubles in matters of Love and relationships others face in their path.
One point I’ve experienced is that if you feel uneasy, dizzy, nervous, nausea or uncomfortable near the person you think you love – then it is not loving. If you really love someone, their presence will make you feel warm, comfortable, unreasonable happy and make you feel grateful that person like that showed up in your life. True mature love will never make you regret falling in love with someone.