The Other Side

Most people he knows thinks that the grass truly is greener because they can see it but can’t have it, but what they don’t know is the storm one has to weather in order to reach the other side.

It’s a storm that’s different from the rest, because it always comes at the worst possible moment. It’s a “drowning storm” – the kind that covers and affects everything that can be called part of this world, and he’s experienced it to the worst degree.

Of course, it makes the contrast to what’s found on the other shoreline that much greater, so that in the end, even if the grass really isn’t greener, it will appear that way because it’s being looked at through the eyes of one who’s looking for a hint of hope during the flashes of lightning.

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