September 28, 2011
A word for things that are equal parts delicious and terrible.
A word for specific feeling of seeing a long lost friend who has forgotten you.
A word for satisfaction that comes from drawing a perfect circle.
A word strange revulsion of hugging someone you thought was a dear aunt, but then realizing it was someone else entirely.
A word for days in which there is an awkwardness to everything.
A word for the strange pleasure of the first few moments in a hot car on a hot day in Texas, and another for the misery of the next few minutes.
A word for friends who used to exist for us in real life, but now only exist in pixels.
A name for the absurd rage one experiences on possessing too many remotes and not knowing which one will switch the TV to the mode you want it to be in.
A word for the exact moment in dreams when we break the bounds of gravity and fly.
A word for the pleasure of opening a book and finding a note in the margin that feels as if it was meant only for you.
A word for the strange symbiosis we have with our children, and and one for the wash of fear when it feels disconnected.
A word for all the things people know about us that we will never know ourselves.
A word for the pause in a room after one speaks out loud of the dead.
A word for seeing the past and the future simutaneously.
A word for looking but not seeing.
A name for all of you people, out there clicking away, reading things like this, thinking; alone and yet together.