Book: Remember A Day [Kindle Edition] by J.D. Wilson
categories: Book, Melancholy, Marriage, Death, Life, Age, Reminisce, Remember, Regret, Memories
J.D. Wilson about this book: A departure from my first book, this one is much more personal. What is it about the passing of time that makes us have regrets when we get older? Can the question even be answered? Is it simply human nature? Jack Grant is staring into the abyss. He struggles with the answers to those very questions. His past, those events from so long ago, have come back. They weigh on him and taunt him. There is no reconciliation between those dreams of long ago and the loneliness he feels now. There is nothing to bridge the gap between the extremes. He cannot go back there, and yet, he cannot move on. The yellow, sunny days of youth are distant memories, leaving only the gray sadness of today. Regret and sorrow fill his days. Jack will come to terms with his regret. He will embrace the past and move on to the last fraction of his future that he has left. He will remember a day.
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