Born of Stardust dances the line between two worlds...
20 July 2010. Today my mother just snapped at me… She does this a lot. She blames me for everything makes me feel horrible about myself. I feel as though I’ll never be able to escape. I feel very alone in the world. I feel trapped. It’s hard to live with someone who places all of their pain onto me. It hurts. I cried in the library and she acted as though nothing had happened and was all smiles, then yelled at me on the way to the car. I hate when people try to save face. But I understand it.
My brother and I watched Watchmen, I love the film and the grpahic novel, but my brother was slightly disturbed by the film… It has a lot of thought provoking ideas in it and isn’t really a feel-good story like many other superhero films. I thought he would like it because of the superheros. Maybe it will grow on him. He did seem to enjoy certain aspects of it.
I went to the library and got The Perks of Being a Wallflower, it reminds me of Catcher in the Rye so far. The main character, Charlie, likes The Smiths, like me.
I Watched Dr Strangelove or: How I learned to stop worrying and love the bomb, it was hilarious, leave it to Peter Sellers to make the destruction of the world funny. Watchmen, however did a pretty good job too… Depending upon how you look at it.
I feel as though my world is being destroyed. I am seeing all the cages all around me. Ironic that destruction should help me see these cages so clearly… as the cage falls down upon my back.