Life is not like the movies.
Even if you dye your hair pink and feel death permeating from the beach, where you look at crab shells masticated by sand mites; and you pause to reflect on the symmetry of the sunset.
It may remind you of some movie where the heroine shouts about her love to the sky, and moments later her lover appears. This looks, so much like that scene.
But even if I yelled, right now; no one would show up, and the only people who would hear me would be the family, over yonder, taking part in a clam bake.
Even at the end of the day, it doesn’t really matter how the setting sun reflects off the ocean.
I am the movie, I am the cinematography, I am the director… and it appears the cast and scenes seem to have a mind of their own.
We will each internally edit the scene according to our disposition and desire to keep certain elements sacred.
Later, we will screen our selective memories on those most close or dear… Hoping to satiate some neglected space in the Soul.