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03 September 2013 @ 02:57 pm
 
Must all my friends disappear without a trace? 

Imaginary, then, is as imaginary does. Men who are not imaginary are at least required to stay in their bodies and so are - by all means - trackable if one tries hard enough. And, yet, when you're imaginary, you disappear, you disappear, and then how can I find them again? 

Hm. What philosophical thoughts. It's too early in the day for such things.
 
 
 
SPark, the Purple Dragonbladespark on September 3rd, 2013 08:30 am (UTC)
Even "real" friends sometimes vanish. I'm still mourning a friend who got engaged and hasn't been seen since. We were once very close. We have spoken perhaps once in the past year or two.
D.grayaesthetic on September 4th, 2013 03:46 am (UTC)
True, but there's more a sense of finality for my friends- or maybe I only say that because all of my friends (it seems at times) are non-corporeal. Maybe you're right after all, I only need to experience it.
SPark, the Purple Dragonbladespark on September 4th, 2013 03:53 am (UTC)
I'm not really sure which would be more final to me, to tell you the truth. Having this person still about, there, unreachable, knowing that she is going about her life and no longer cares about me at all... it's like the zombie of our friendship will always be shambling around, never put to rest, if I can wax melodramatic. It is very much dead all the same. I'm not sure if it would be harder or easier if she had ceased to exist altogether.