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Long Gone Last Innocence ~ Fateful Haunting Reminiscence


Hmm... what does it mean to fall? What does it mean when somebody says that he or she has fallen? The word "fallen" itself is every mysterious and intriguing. It is actually one of my favorite vocabulary. It is a very powerful word, very emotional-driven word that I have held on to myself all these years. The word that actually resembles one of many parts of who I am. It is a powerful statement when you say "I've fallen. I can get back up again" because it tells you and you telling other people that you're lost and about to lose it all. For me, to "have fallen" has been a major part of my life, and it also plays a major part that revolves around my writing as well. Because when you get in touch with your inner-self, that is so heart-broken and broken apart, and you're dealing with these every single day, it definitely affects your emotional states. And when you have suddenly gotten back up again, there will always be things followed by that will make you fall again. So, you practically, climb and fall every time. I always get in touch with this particularly "fallen" part of my inner self when it comes to writing. That's reason why I write a lot of really dark stuff that deal with really dark and heart-breaking matters. And that's also why I feel very comfortable writing these kinds of stuff, apart from getting in touch with the many other parts of mine (happy, goofy etc.). But in the end, this "fallen" part of mine teach me a very good lesson every time too, like it always did in the past. You can get back up again and find your way up again. You can get "fallen" but never get too "fallen" that you might never find your way back up to the higher ground again. That particular "fallen" part of mine tells me that all the time. Right now, I am currently in another  "fallen" moment of my life and trying to find a way to get back up again. Hopefully, I'll find it soon ...


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