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Love, memories, nostalgia. The poignancy can make your heart swell so full until it’s ready to explode, only to then be rent asunder at the pain of loneliness and loss. Reality is never a simple love sonnet. Sometimes we have to embrace it all… along with our own fleeting mortality.

**DIGITALLY REMASTERED**

A poignant and immersive experience. Grab some Kleenex and listen to the sublime narration by my friend Simon Howard on Twitter.

4 comments

  1. Aww, so sad. It is awesome to experience that kind of love but I can only imagine how hard it is to lose that person.

    1. PS! Sorry for the huge lag time on comments – you may have been the very first one! My wife and I have been together for nearly 30 years, and there was something deeply touching and poignant for me as I considered the rapidity of time.

    1. Sara, aww that’s so nice. Hold on tight to the one’s you love. I feel blessed, too. My wife and I have been together nearly 30 years ,and it has all gone by so fast.

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