Thursday, 14 January 2010

Limbo 2

I'm not sure what to write.

I could talk more about the trip to Berlin, or other events during the hectic part of the end of the year. Could - there would be plenty to write about - but don't feel like doing so at the moment. My time in Berlin seems like something I don't wish to look back on right now - a wonderful experience all round, but somehow it seems hermetically sealed, I don't feel ok with dwelling upon it or any of the details at the present time.

I imagine that I'll feel the urge to write about such experiences when the right triggers occur, but for now I'm happy to leave them alone, it's refreshing for once not to feel the urge to look back.

But still there's an odd sense of limbo.

There should be a few occurrences afoot in the near future, some movement (hopefully anyway). Some of which won't happen without my planning, some of which are beyond my control at least to a large extent - and there's always the possibility of events unforeseen, whether good or bad. Still, there's nothing overt or tangible which I can share here just yet.

So I'm currently left with a sense that things just are.

It's actually quite welcome, and is perhaps serving as respite: it just doesn't feel like it's left me much to write about.


Zhoen said...

Broody. In a good way.

Kold_Kadavr_flatliner said...

Very cool. I hope you'll join me for a BIG-OL party celebrating our resurrection Upstairs on my drawbridge. God bless.

Montag said...

Every morning I get up at 4:00 or thereabouts, and I think that there is nothing at all to write about.
Once I get the first mug of coffee securely deposited, I realize there is an entire world that can't live another day without me in its face!
That is the time for respite: don't write, and just sit back and tease the world.

trousers said...

Thanks Zhoen

KKf, hi. Not sure that the resurrection upstairs is my thing.

Montag, I'm amazed that anyone can get up at 4am on a daily basis for one thing, but yes you're certainly prolific, to the extent that I lose track!