“Remembering’s dangerous. I find the past such a worrying, anxious place. “The Past Tense,” I suppose you’d call it. – The Joker, Batman; the killing joke
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2-008 Shame in a flowershop

Now that we know Dwaas’ troubled first steps in this world, let’s get to the present day. Also, after these grey sad events we’ll bring some color into this story. What better place is there to find colors than a flower store? I’m wondering what Dwaas is looking for. He says he wants to buy a flower, that sounds pretty conceivable.


What a day for a daydream

Something triggered Dwaas memories and I don’t know what that could have been. Nevertheless, the memory of shame made him whisper out loud, leading the memory to be disturbed by a nice lady, returning him to the present day reality. Yet, judging from his mask, even though he is released from this trip down memory-lane, Dwaas still seems to have serious self-consciousness-issues.

I’ve always been a dreamer. Most of the time they are like dreams fantasizing about things that could’ve or still could be. Sometimes they are anchored in memories though, in that case mostly not the most pleasant ones. Ah well, no point lingering in the past too much. Analyze it, learn from it, keep the best memories… and then move on! Easier said than done. And sometimes my daydreams are just dreams, nice things that will never be…?  If I could have one thing it would be a stressless live, I wish each moment in time could be used twice.

Are you a (day)dreamer? What is your biggest dream?

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