I'm the stranger that comes today and stays tomorrow... (G. Simmel's concept, "The Stranger")
I always wanted to be a writer, to delve into the psyche of characters that I myself have created, but that escape from my will if they so deem necessary. Creating these lives, people, worlds gives me such a sense of power, strength, accomplishment... seeing my characters grow, makes me a better person. Or, at least, I hope so.
And then, I read Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. Amazing book, or so I thought, until I read the epilogue. And then ideas started to flow, new visions of how it could have been...
Today I'm working on so many things at the same time! I have hundreds of ideas of what happened next (litterally three hundred))), and I'm also slowly but surely am constructing the reality for my own story.
In the meanwhile though, I succumbed to the wonders of Drarry. Their iteractions, passion, complicated characters, evolving, coming to terms with the reality around them simply astound me. And I'd like to share the worlds and wonderful adventures they could have seen, to finally find one another.
Does it mean I'm a romantic, hiding behind the mask of a hardened cynical girl? A young woman (because at 19 I'm many things but a kid) that still believes in "happily ever after"? I guess I can live with that. Because I do believe Love conquers all. The problem is recognizing it...
To love someone, is to see a miracle invisible to others. (Francois Mauriac)
- Valar morghulis -
Unsafe External Link