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I just need to mope. Here shall be my damp, dark, moping corner where my head is prime mushroom growing space.


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I just need to mope. Here shall be my damp, dark, moping corner where my head is prime mushroom growing space.


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I see Inception everywhere. Its like the 6th sense. Its creepy but nice. :/ To the point-The Awakening by Kate Chopin echoes Mal in so many ways.

Kate Chopin's words are so lovely, and Mal and Edna? The way Edna says that she wouldn't give up herself for her children, but her life, money, of course. The ocean, that beach scene. The ocean doesn't play that large a part, nor does the audultry(except maybe as a device to satisfy her needs, which would be like the PASIV). But the kicker is the waking, the sleeping, the slow fall into that realization that her world isn't real-not only as a dream and reality but as with sincerity and truth; and she doesn't fit in anymore, cannot fit in anymore. And death is the only escape. Going back to places that had happy memories and then seeing them barren, a wreck, a remnant of sunshine only drives them further. I understand the main men are very different, but just ...ajgljsgdljasgl there is something I can just see between them.

Also, Sleeping At Lasts song Unmade. The last verse says:

Its in our nature to complicate,
but in the end it's the casualties
that carry all the weight.

 
IDK GUYS IDK I just really love all of these things, and would actually try writing if I could dig into Mal more. But I would love to discuss this idea, if anyone has read the book. 
 

Because this is boring, here is asparagus pizza I made.

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Apr. 18th, 2011 12:16 am
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