Monday, October 17, 2005

When your pain is framed in another's Art

It is one of the most beautiful and aching things in the world to see your own pain framed in the art of another person. It is at once healing and horrifying, because it feels so wonderful to know you are not alone, but then it also saddens me to know that anyone else might endure such things.

Today, I stumbled across this, and my heart cracked under the weight of so much sadness I've carried over the past few months, breaking through the fence of my smile and the barbs of my anger.

I'm glad.

I really did need this today:

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1 comment:

Jane Doe said...

Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful.

I never expected JC to be singing a NIN cover, right? The first track I heard off this album was "Personal Jesus." Yes, the Depeche Mode song. A friend played the whole record for me -- and right now I don't know why I never bought it. You've inspired me to put it on my list of must-haves.

Thanks for the link.