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01 July 2008 @ 06:26 am
...She's gone. Mao, Yin, Huang, Misaki-

There is a pattern of integration for new arrivals. They most likely arrive in a state of distress or confusion, stripped abruptly from their worlds with disregard to convenience. Overtime confusion leads to discomfort which eventually leads to a certain disconnect. Problems become hidden under the comfortable haze that is ignorance.

Most importantly, it seems people forget that the dead are dead;no matter whether they're from the past or 'alive' in all but heartbeat. In the end, the dead here are exactly what they are -- imprints of what once was.

Don't forget they're gone.
Havoc: A Kindnessletslip on July 1st, 2008 11:17 pm (UTC)
You know... I've met people here who would rather stay here with people they've lost than go home.

I think it's kind... but sort of sad.
Hei  ☆ [BK-201]: Solitudecontractorly on July 1st, 2008 11:22 pm (UTC)
Re: private
...It's true.

I almost forgot about returning the longer I spent in the City. In the end, it isn't home - those beside you and oneself return without any warning. It won't keep people here forever.
Havoc: Synchotron Lightletslip on July 1st, 2008 11:23 pm (UTC)
It's hard to imagine.

... But it happens. That's why it's sort of sad. Putting aside life for death.