A Journey On The Edge Of The Door


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Negotiating after long term absence is always difficult, be it in relationships, work, studies or plain materialistic considerations. Sometimes the absence is sudden and permanent, which leaves you numb. You try to move on, to focus and work and eventually you do. But that nag remains. The work may drown you out, but the sleep will keep you afloat. Recreation may let you go, but eventually you come back, to a point where things feel incomplete, unjust and deflated.

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