Life goes on

….. life goes on,
long after the thrill of living is gone…. (excerpt from John Cougar Mellencamp’s ‘Jack & Diane’)

After a particularly taxing day at work the above lines coming out from the car stereo can hit your senses like a steam train. When did I lose the ability to look at things and situations in awe and pure unadulterated wonder? I do not believe that these things do not exist; its just that I have lost the ability to appreciate them for what they are. In the meantime life marches on at its own funereal pace.

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2 comments on “Life goes on

  1. nowadays little things trigger me off. it is as if i am missing a layer of skin and all my nerves are exposed to the elements.

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