Our stories

August 27, 2010 § 4 Comments

https://freedocere.wordpress.com/2010/08/27/our-stories/

My story is far beyond what anyone can comprehend. The subjective experience can never entirely be shared in its complete emotional state.

A tweet from TWLOHA

“We have the right and the obligation to tell old stories in our own way, because they are our stories.” – Neil Gaiman

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Multatuli, 27-8-2010

Pasquale, I hope you stay strong.

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§ 4 Responses to Our stories

  • bendedspoon says:

    so true
    our own story
    is ours only
    the plot may be similar
    as those of others
    but it will never be the same
    never, because it’s my feeling
    and should i choose to share it with you
    just read between the lines
    because that’s how i want my story
    line by line
    πŸ™‚

  • Multatuli says:


    “because it’s my feeling”
    Indeed. I’d be lighter if I knew that someone gets it, but that’s an unrealistic expectation, by now I know.
    No one will “get it” entirely.
    But sharing indeed draws comfort although just a little πŸ™‚
    Thank you for the comment

  • bendedspoon says:

    yes
    just a little
    because much
    is with me
    regardless how much i share
    most is still left in my fiber
    πŸ™‚

  • Multatuli says:

    Hm, try this,
    “Every cell in my body missed and needs you”
    How can you ever share that? It’s beyond emotional sensation, it’s physical.

    I visited your blog… You got a country, bendedspoon? πŸ™‚

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