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[poetic memory] which gives our life its beauty

[poetic memory] which gives our life its beauty [poetic memory] which gives our life its beauty
The Unbearable Lightness of Being
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It seems that there is a very specific area in the brain which could be called poetic memory and which records what has charmed us, what has moved us, what gives our life its beauty.

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The GUT-WRENCHING, HEART-RENDING, LIFE-WRECKING, DEEPLY-FELT Absolute Despair, coupled with a Hollow, Empty, Echoing Loneliness which grips me quite often in the reaches of the eternally dark nights and doesn't let go for endless hours- The emotions that will forever define the day I realized that, with all of my Grandparents gone, and, now that my Daddy has passed, following my Momma by 3 years, I AM UTTERLY ALONE NOW. I have no home to go back to, no one to soothe me when I'm down, or sick, or I cry, no one to ask for advice because "Daddy will know," or, I mean, who do you ask for parenting and like advice, or go to in times of crisis, even as an adult?! Your parents and/or grandparents, of course. Well, the day I realized I could no longer, and would never be able again, to go to those older and wiser than me for their wisdom, counsel, and UNCONDITONAL LOVE, that love you can get NOWHERE ELSE, was the day my heart was irrevocably shattered.

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