A half-finished book is, after all, a half finished love affair.

And all becomes clear. Wish I could make you see this brightness.
Don’t worry, all is well.
All is so perfectly, damnably well.
I understand now, that boundaries between noise and sound are conventions.
All boundaries are conventions, waiting to be transcended.
One may transcend any convention, if only one can first conceive of doing so.
Moments like this, I can feel your heart beating as clearly as I feel my own,
and I know that separation is an illusion.
My life extends far beyond the limitations of me.

Robert Frobisher

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8 thoughts on “A half-finished book is, after all, a half finished love affair.

  1. Oh no… I am the kind of person that goes and gets what she wants, IF she really wants it. Is not said we can have everything we want, but I surely don’t let things just happen to me.

    … but why do we have to talk about these things?? because of the quote published?
    🙂

    • Accidentally, the end of February corresponds to the date of birth of my father and also his date of death…. Not only to another event I will never want to talk about. Saying Happy Birthday and Good bye at the same time is never easy for me… year after year.

      • I’ve taken such dates of friends and family, and have made them special in the sense of remembering and making the day (and if possible week/month/year…) the best I can. So difficult, but life is difficult enough and they’d want the opposite. Take care ~ and hope you get better with spring around the corner.

      • My father did not want to inform me in time… to not make me worry. Just a few days and everything was gonne. The renal insufficiency made the rest and I did not even tell him Good bye… I was not in time. And yes, you are perfectly right… he would not want me to feel like I do sometimes.

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