Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Remembrance

It's ironic how the further we are from a time, the more emotional we feel when we remember.

Perhaps, it's because there are lesser and lesser memories to cling on to as the fragments get filtered away.

Perhaps, it's because we don't want to be the only ones remembering, when others have already long forgotten.


The world began again, and we walked farther apart, and it’s much too late to find the past anymore.

8 comments :

iPoHKiD said...

love this msg, thx for sharing ^^

btw, your pic been use on Picture's cover page, Sep '09. i guess you knew, but just in case you don't :)

ur pics are still the same, awesome, love them always

CANDY DOLL said...

Aww. I feel for you! Often times, we remember what we have to forget and we forget what we have to remember.

Wolf Schröder said...

I know EXACTLY what you mean. I get really emotional when remembering things that are starting to get some age to them.

It hurts, knowing that the memory is fading away. I feel that when I remember little things, it makes me realise that I had forgotten them. And then I realise that I will continue to forget things, little by little, until the memory is nearly or completely gone.

And it does feel that sometimesI am the only one hanging onto the past, which hurts.

Anonymous said...

i have felt this way a little a past few days/weeks

Anonymous said...

For recollect... It is necessary to return to the beginning...You feel only the shape...But you feel unusually...

Nik Nikopol

Anonymous said...

"Perhaps, it's because we don't want to be the only ones remembering, when others have already long forgotten."

It's true. I cried over a couple of photos days ago.

-nekoi

dreamtomatoes said...

I don't know what happened, but I hope everything is alright.

Lize said...

Wow.
I've been looking for a quote just like this! That says something about the past, and memories, and just. Everything you described here!
I think I know what my next tattoo is going to be.
If you don't mind that is :).

x.