I think it was C.S. Lewis that asked, 'Do not most people simply drift away?'. I've always been a reader and for the longest time that stuck with me because I was at war with it. How can people 'simply' drift away?
Sometimes things just slip past you, into your hands and out through your fingers. In my half-in/half-out state I began to wonder if that could happen to people, too.
All that helter-skelter about strings and memories was only relevant in the dark. It was light out now and time to put away childish things.
I often stood and stared into those tunnels and thought about what happened there; how I was separated from it only by time." - The Procession