“Loss and possession, death and life are one, there falls no shadow where there shines no sun”

The naive belief that two can meet and promise each other their lives.  To remain faithful and true to one another.  The naive belief that a child is born in love and forever cared, to return the truth in adulthood.  The naivety of a life lived good, each day spent in amazement at the complexity of it all and yet belief in its simplicity. The unsophisticated reality of hardwork rewarded and the joy remembered late in life of the good times which continue into the present and knowing that all has been seen before, peacefully aware that the time has arrived to leave. 

 Such foolish beliefs.

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Life is hard when we’re alone.

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