Lost in translation

It’s hard to differentiate the sad from the happy if both are caused by the same entity. What more can a man do but be torn through each transition, wondering how the next day will develop.
Lost in his own mind, scurrying about for meaning and reason, alas, it vanished in the abyss that is his cerebral cortex. It comes as no surprise that retribution for the pain is paid in full, yet there’s nothing to say that isn’t even creating a difference.
Let the two divide and finally maintain a differential to diagnose each ailment and treat in such matters.

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2 responses to “Lost in translation

  1. Very powerful. I loved “the abyss that is his cerebral cortex.” Wonderful writing. Keep it up! :)

  2. Very powerful. I loved “the abyss that is his cerebral cortex.” Wonderful writing. Keep it up! :)

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