Tag Archives: sadness

Hotel Chevalier – The Darjeeling Limited

I think people should be allowed to hire someone to write out and film and stage their goodbyes. I’m not sure I would pick Wes Anderson, although he does a really great job with Hotel Chevalier. Things are uncomfortable and … Continue reading

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Place to Belong

When I went to Wagner in the theaters and I saw the twins find each other, I was so torn. On one hand – fucking ew. On the other, these two people finally found the other half of themselves that … Continue reading

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Last Tango in Paris

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function

I feel frightened. I feel as though any day now one little thing could change and my entire house of cards could collapse. I am very frightened of losing my job. Of course one of the worst things about this … Continue reading

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The Pigman

I read this book when I was young, and recently gave it to my son as a gift. The book is a simple pleasure, and a quick read. I love the directness of the story, and the finding of friends … Continue reading

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A Home at the End of the World

I’ve recently finished reading A Home at the End of the World. The book is amazing, and sad, and inevitable. The story begins about Bobby, Jonathan, and Alice and eventually expands to include Clare. There is even a moment about … Continue reading

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Just a Thought

Early morning glows in the faint shimmer of first light. Choked with sadness, I help you into your clothes. —Anonymous Japanese Poem from the 10th century

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