As Close as it Gets II
c. Michael St.Mark 2015
The archetypal girl-on-a-train/ what might have been-but never was.
Next up in LD’s ” world of the lonesome guy” series ( see previous post )
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Thanks for commenting cheekymissy.
It’s not the lady who’s lonesome I would have thought. &
No, nothing romantic at all – all rather terminally frustrating ‘fraid.
Offering the opposite angle, I suppose the lack of romantic touches to reconcile the passerby is justified by the suggestion of maidenly shyness? We see we are stuck being regaled by the dead architecture of the train’s innards, with a hint of a glimpse at some allegedly lonely lady. And when this is the closest he is allowed to come, there’s something romantic as well as frustrating, no? Thanks for sharing. It is an interesting and thought-provoking series.